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SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALj VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL L 1902 9 A M NO 10 iNEWS NOTES Unjcllih author of Den HollMsdend Archdeacon Sbaw for nearly 30 yearf 0 mlMtonary Japan died at Toklo Tbo Masons and Odd Follows will erect a building at Paducah to coitf O I 000 A cave has boon discovered In Mon tana that U said to bo floored with gold ore There bavu been 10 deaths from mosaics In Drcatbltt county In the last 10 days The number of parsons killed In the mlno accident at Dayton Tunn may roach 25- 1rlnoo Henry will represent tbo Hm peror of Germany at the crowning of Edward VII The supremo oourt at Havana has fixed the bali of Biles G Uatbbono at 100000 cash cFrank Illeko manager of the 1adu cab Ice Company cleared 100000 on a zinc mlno deal Dr Robert W Ware resigned as a commissioner of the Western asylum at Hopklnsvlllo Frost Is reported In Tennessee por lions of Mississippi Alabama Georgia and the Carolinas Harry Marks a Louisville oonvlot In the last stages of consumption was pa roled at Frankfort James Thomas was poisoned tn a boo tel at Seattle by a woman with whom he registered at his wife Six hundred painters and carpenters In Greenwich Coon and Port Ches tel N Y wont on a strike The Henderson City Council voted to accept lobo Carnegie glf l of a 128000 II isbrary building for that oily The Rev T DcWItt Talmage who Is 111 In Washington Is sold by his physician to be a very sick man Twentyeight hoisting engineers at Butte Mont struck closing down nine menIdThe Philadelphia and road announces a reduction of 60 cent per ton to the price of anthracite coal While temporarily Insane from war rying Eugene RUbards a wealthy e Michigan farmer killed his stoic wife and hlmeclf The British ship Cambrian Princess was sunk In a collision la the Kogllsb channel and 11 member of her craw wore drowned Miss Henrietta Llgon of Pultonwbo wa a pupil at Belmont College Nash yule was slightly reprimanded by a teacher and drowned herself Franco appropriates 1126000 for the Worlds Fair at St Louis to begin with and expects to approprlato 500 000 for that purpose before aha Is through The pleat of the Louisville Lead L Color Co and to warehouse owned by the Peaslce Gaulbert Co were destroy ed by flro The loss Is ottJraaled at 1200000 Suit tyr a receiver was lied against the Union Central Investment Co of Lexington A similar suit was tiled against tbe Safety Investment Co of Mayivlllo J W nooning was awarded judg moat against St John Doyle ot Louls vlHp for 121117 40 by a jury In the Federal court Tbe contention grew over a wheat deal The adjusters of seven Insurance companies met tbo trustees of tbeSate School of Reform and decided to pay the full Insurance of 16000 on the Bradley cottage recently destroyed b tire William Lane a Negro servant an gored because his employers wife Mr Charles Furbuib of Philadelphia ant I cused him of stealing killed Mrs Fur bush and her two daughters Only civil cases will bo tried at the f April term of the Franklin circuit i court All criminal prosecutions will bo continued owing to the prevalence of smallpox In the county jail Tho South Western Railway Co of Plko county filed articles of Incor I poration at Frankfort Tbo road Is to be built from a point on the Seaboard V Air Lino to Plkevlllc Tho Mt Storl ing and Sbarpsburg Electric Railway Company was also Incorporated The stool tubo mill planned by Cart negie just before the formation of lobo I United Scales Steel Corporation Is t bo built near Conncant Harbor Ohio this year Tbo plans will call for the expenditure of 13000000 to 15000000 and the mills will bmploy 0000 men I The supremo court of Ohio ufllrmed the decision of the lower court which confirmed the validity of tbo provision adopted In a recent election In Cincin nati for tbo extension for 05 years of tbo lease of tbo Cincinnati Souther- railway to tbo Cincinnati New Orleans and Texas Paclllo Railway Company The directors of the United StatesJ Steel corporation approved a bond Is sue of 250000000 which will be use for the retirement of 1200000000 0 preferred stock Tho surplus of the issue wilt give a working capital of about 100000000 The companys earnings during the first year of Its existence t ending March 31 are estimated to bo 11110071054 KINGSVILLE I It Is rumored that two and perhaps J three weddings will take place shortly In and about the town W L MoCarty our eminently euo easeful merchant wilt can everything In tho canning line this season Merldy Francis has fresh fish fo sale every Saturday at his old stand In the basement of 0 G Bakers stun roomMrs Mllford Smith formerly of the place but now living at Tatevlllo Is the mother of an Infant weighing but U pounds Messrs G A and Wallace Walter have our sympathy In their recent boo reavement Mrs Lutlo Chawk and three Interesting children are about to locate In Somerset Win King a young man from Old ham county has purchased of George Walls a small farm for 1360 and his sis tar Miss King who U a teacher In the Lexington Reform School will Join him soon In their new home Miss Florence Carson of MoKlnney was the guest of relatives bore Mrs W L MoCarty and little too Mike are with Dr W U ODsnaoo and tam ily at Stanford where Master Mike Is receiving medical attention Mrs W It CundllT who recently sustained a broken limb near Norwood Is Improving as rapidly as could be ex pealed Mr Cundlff has resumed hl duties at tbe depot and his substitute Mr WUo has returned to High Bridge J Everard Crolgbton Is work loll night at tbo Morcland clime Wo understand that the Presbyte rians really desire to sell their oburoh hero as the congregation Ioat lUlU otenlly large to justify maintaining the church Why not buy It for a library building and call upon Mr Carneple to help us establish a public library It Is what our town needs more than any thing except rural free delivery R F Dwould be tbd easiest thing In the world to obtain If our people would only make the slightest effort lo tbe right direction and everyone must acknowledge that It would at least be quite as convenient aa tbe telephone systemDuring the absence of your corre spondent In Somerset an episode transpired near our town While Mr Grit fin sexton of the Methodist church was lighting tbo lamp for religious service a bullet or stone crashed throi a window striking tbe lamp chimney In his head and shattering the glass Into a thousand pieces Mr Grille afterwards In tolling of the Incident said tbat something struck himhwas not certain whether It was a bUl- let broken glass or a stone as he Im mediately decamped from the bulldlog and made good his escape The perpe trator was not certainly known until Cat Padgett confessed was duly fined and Is serving time o jail Miss Sella Isaacs of Woodstock will close her successful subscription school Friday Dr J W Acton U very slok threatened with pneumonia Mrs John Lear and pretty little daughter Clyde who have been the guests of red atives at this place Danville and Lobs nun have returned to Arlcan Kansas Champ Murphy of this place accom panlod his aunt Mrs Lear to her IndeOnltelyDr j profeeIons land Is with Mrs J W Acton It Is reported that Wallace Walter and fam ily contemplate moving to Stanford Lon Rlgney and George Reynolds two of our bright youths are working nt Somerset Oao of the brightest ant rant polite little clerks In our town t bye quick and efficient as many muob older and more experienced Having always taken a delight I newspapers white In Somerset we too occasion to call at the Journal olllee where wo were highly entertained by that charming editor and pleasant goo tleman Mr F J Campbell During printing hours Mr Campbell showed us the little engine which ho sass Is his prldo ItIt Is like a miniature lo comotlvo and wo thought very complete and wo know that It helps to print a splendid country paper Our visit to Somerset was an exceedingly bavoIa city oven In the lonten season Mr W- It Goocb formerly of MoKlnnoy Is meeting with success In the jswolr- business The millinery opening Somerset wore elaborate ana there wa an elegant display of Easter bonnets which reminds us by the way that our tho or can Klng vllle Is to be deprived of a mil liner as well as a mantuamakcr CAUTION I This is not a gentle wordbut when purIknown and a remedy that has had th largest eels of any medicine in the world duos 1808 for tho cure and treatment Of Ironn I those years you will be thankful wo call ed your attention to IJoscheoa Uerrnan Syrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for IIrlt Gbriehffr whore there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights mornings theta is nothing like German Syrup Sold by all druggists in the civilized world G G Green Wood bury N J Pennys Drug Store MIDDLE BURG Snbool at Mlddleburg Normal Col logo le progressing nicely though the attendance has somewhat dwindled with the advent of Spring A Sunday School convention was hold at the Dapttst church at Liberty presentrRev J D Farrell of ibis place Is con atothat place On account of the Inclemency of lobe weather the ladles of the Christian ohurcb declared ofT the supper which was to have been given at the college Friday night last until next Saturday night the Ctb J 0 Colllnsworlh formerly In the mercantile business at this place la now traveling for tbe Equitable Insur once Company Archie Rlffe of Mc Kinney lately returned from tho Phil Ipplnoi Is now tiring on thoO S Quito a number of Casey boy are at Hum side and Wayne county poInts Green River was on a rampage right Friday night when It was higher than It has boon for several years The loss to farmer in the bottoms in fencing soil washouts Is Considerable Two largo stone pillars under the grocery of G R Jeter wore waebed away Knob Lick Creole at Yosemite was a yarlta isle torrent and did considerable dam age Tbo West end of the old trestle Inconvens ience of tbe dally pedestrian Spurgeon Sympson Is spending a few days In Louisville and Kullawa A G Hall and L U Lanham wore In Stan ford piles Sidle Taylor of Danville spent Easter with friends and relatives hors Edgar Miller was In Somerset and Ournsldo last week MeD Royal ty has roturnod from Louisville bis niece Miss Marplot aeeoropanylng him V R Colemao who Is holding down a lucrative position with the O S O at Thurmond W Va Is at home for a few day Miss Leila Watkins is vislllng relatives In Indiana Miss Etta Watkins I visiting at Klngsvlllo This will bo our last communication to the I J from Middleburg for awhile at least These line are hurriedly jotted down In the Journal otlico at Somerset from oaten wo made betas leaving home Tuesday Toewriter has accepted a position on the Somerset Journal as manager of circulation and limitedsto that sphere of work but assist In every detail from kindling the fire and mixing paste to folding papers and cor reeling proof sheets I have been con neoted with tbo I Jreportorlally since my 16th year and will continue to drop you a few lines as 1 find leisure to do to O C TerribleBljz dSKNBCA SOUTH DAKOTA Mar 30 The first day of March abllaaird com monoed and tailed 48 hours but not great deal of damage was done It drove off 000 bead of cattle for a man named Coleman He tat them out lo water and tbo winds drove them 26 or 3d miles off He got thorn all back ht two and tho last blizzard struck him again Out of the 600 ho has 160 loft Ho found 117 In a Lako Some stand lOll UD dead la the water and the la frozen around them road some wit their heads just out of the water Tho balance were found orfi on lobe prairie This happened 13 miles North 1of Seneca Another man East of Colo Souta0 blizzards A man named Denton loss 100 and thorn are two other ranches Anotherk1200 left The last bllzxard lasted Ct hours All men that bad good barns and plenty feed lost none Six wagon loads of hides came Into Seneca Friday nail Saturday and still that I 8 not all Let the INTERIOR JOURNAL come on A D McKlNNEY GOOD FOR RHEUMATISM Last fall I was taken with a severe at took of muscular rheumatism which gpv me great pain and annoyance After try rheumatlaB a Pain llalm which I had seen advertised aIpllcatlonstel and after using one bottle was com pletely cured Sillie Harris Salem N J For sale by Craig k Ilccker druggist Yes saId the matinee IdolI a ohowhat To earn enough money to pay my divorced wile her alimony confound her I Cleveland Plain Dealer SAVE Tim LOVED ONES I Mrs Mary A Vilet Newcastle Colo wrltelhI believe Bollards IIorehoun- Syrup Is superior to any other cough mod ItIgirl wants to no net for it Bollards Horehound Syrup is the great cure for all pulmonary ailments 25c 50o and elat Penny Drug Storo LANCASTER Tbe fiscal court met Tuesday to coo alder road matters A number of children and grown people are sore throat sufferers The Berea Glee Club will give an en tertainment at the opera house tonight W S Dottf postofllco Inspector pro nounco the Lancaster ofilce In good condition and all o k The Ladles Aid Society will bold an other handkerchief sale In the Storroes ulldlng tomorrow evening Rev O M Chumbley and family have arrived and be will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday Mrs 0 U Pcrklo sold T S Elkln a bunch of fat cattle at ale lien Jen nings sold same a lot of hogs at tilt The Negro school will hold Its doe log exercises tonight and tomorrow night and will have a number of grad uatesA was given at the Chris lien church Wednesday afternoon by ofMissMiss Elizabeth De Barrio GUI a reader impersonator and contralto so loist will render an Interesting pro gram at tbo court house tomorrow eve ningCharles S Collier son of Jas B Col liar bas accepted a position with a hardware store In Cincinnati John Simpson Is clerking In H M Balioui grocery Mr Pouller recently located hero as winner In connection with the F K Postlo hardware establishment Is from Shelbyvllleand has brought his fam ily hero and taken rooms at the Simp son Hotel Little Tercy Burnslde la Improving after his attack of pneumonia and his nurse Miss Hicks of Lexington is now employed for the Infant son of Mr and Mr Josso Walden who is danger ously III of the same disease Carpenters Quo Vadls which appear at the Garrard Opera House on April 8 is pronounced very fine and of fern some rare features The Burning of Rome and Lygla In the Arena steno produce tbe most stupendous scenic effect Mrs Thoa Stone after an Illness of several months from dropsy died at tier home In this place Monday aged 70 The funeral was preached Tuesday afternoon at the Baptist church Rev Woolford officiating and the Inter ment followed In Lancaster Cemetery A husband four daughters and two sane are left to mourn her loss Mr Hamlet Brown dlod at tbe homo of Mrs P D Gilt Wednesday morning attar an Illness of three months from consumption and grip Ho bad reach ed his 75lh year bad never married and bad no relatives In this section having come here early In the GOil from Indiana Ho had lived a number of whoahim to the grave only three weeks Mr Charles Norris and family re turned to Frankfort Wednesday Mrs Hustontare with Mrs J H Sympaon T W Reid who was just out from his re cent Illness has had a relapse The In efeet eon of Mr and Mrs Jesse Walden at the point of death from pnnumon hia The little eon of Fred Stone Is alto dangeously from the same trouble Mrs M P Friable has returned from St Louis Rev and Mrs H N Faul concV and little daughter haVe return ed to Hlllaboro 0 Two little soon of R G Ward are quite III of throat trou isle piles Ann Shanks of Stanford has been tho guest of Mrs R E Mc Roberts Mrs A H Batlln has been quite sick of erysipelas J Herbert Klnnalrd ie visiting In Louiavlllo Mrs J W Sweeney entertained Mrs A R Mooro at a dinner Thursday HETTEtt THAN PILLS The question has been asked In what way are Chamberlains Stomach and LIv er Tablets superior to pills 1 Our answer is They are easier sad more pleasant to andemore as they can always be depended upon Then they cleanse and In- vIgorate tho stomach and leave the bow ale in a natural condition while pills ar more paean in erect and their use is oft followed by constipation For sale by Craig d llocker druggists WANTS HENNINQER Wayne county wants H H Henalngor to make tbo race for State treasurer Wo claim wellmcan do la to speak of his honesty ca paullv and fidelity Esrnpstly his friend Livingston Cooper Dean Dakar P Leo of Christ church chaplainof State guards taking the place of NicholasdTry Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic For sale by Craig k llocker drugglslsI The president appointed S L Oat MIj r I f wwwwCww i r 9 t scow w- a J- t =hu = =I A Wise Man m t- I Will select twiSPRING OU histFrom dsaro now tint fresh and in t Ili 1Inrgevariety iii tNew Goods in Clothing and Furnish ri Dailytyt1tarA word to the wise is f1 I PAYS TO TRADE AT fjITlMJMerchant Tailoring GLOBEIilJj 1i money back It youre not satisfied rijYour Il- t u Danville KUdm 0 rIW K 1rAJ t LADIES OXFORDS The finest variety of styles shown this season and all ladies who value com fort love beauty and appreciate econo myare invited to inspect our stylos iff shapes off leathers andoff styfcs for all occasions A feast for the eyes and a delight for the foot as well as a saving for the purse Come in and Idok over our line whether you want to buy or notee arc glad to show you I Cummins a McClary I J 1f 1 w Modern Drug Dealing The elements that enter into perfect drug service are we believe these Competency quality courteousness and a fair profit policy We en donor to give all these the fullest expression While in some things there jis legitimate need of varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not We handle one grade onlythe highest yet our prices are apt to be less than inferior are sold forI Pennys Drug Store Thos Rankin Rankin Ky J 15 Lanier Ky F M Rankin Sec Troee Stanford Ky fall Creek ikpriois Oil Gas Co Incorporated Capital Stock 25000 Shares SIO Non Assessable Territory 3596 Acres OFFIOERS President VicePrcs Millsprlngs Kyn Our territory is situated only a quarter of a mile from the RousaeauJ or Morris Evan Well and In a line between it and the Parnell Wells five miles to the south Itlie on the river and pipe line and consists of 360 acrej owned In fee simple hence no rentals to pay Will sell a limited amount of stock to aid inJdeveloplng territory For Informa lion prospjctusjor stock address F M Ranhin Secy CENTRAL OIL GAS 8 mINING GO- Of Lexington Kentucky U N Loud Irest Au Sable Mich W 11 Olay VlcePres Lexington A P Gooding Jr Gen Mgr Lexington Thos K Kelly Sec sir Treas nr Our holdings consist of about 5030 acres InlWayno county Ky about one and one balf miles from the great Sunnybrook Geld about 0000 acres in Lincoln county Ky and 603 acres in Licking Valley in Buh county closel Jup to Ragland whore we Have two producing wells the average of the territory In that locality We have Aaried to drill in all throe counties and expoct to strike oil In every well We are still acquiring very valuable laads in addition to thosejalready secured and lying fa close proximity to the greatest developments In the state A limited amount of the treasury stock will ba sold at I5 a share par value of shares SIO each This stock will we confidently believe ba tellin for par in thirty days JGVRNIYItt E C WALTON I i WALTONl for lb 3d District subteet to the will of the democrat H H HENNINGER 01 Wayne County Ii a ctndMite for elate Trr1urer subject to the action of the Democratic rYs EKOCOH and doubtless more tban l p enough has been said about the oloc Itlonon the bond question to be hold to- f and It la far from our purpose t to punleb the Rood people of thlc tbe eubjcrIt we are not aor tbe C proposition sod propose to express our bcntlmcnts tbat way on tbe morrow D- t k V Friendly equally to the pros and I cons of tbe question wo admonish tbem Ii anotto get too warm The question to be decided Is one of much Import but l then we can all live peacefully and In Stanford this glorious sprl the bonds are otedr or whether school keep or- j f Ihappily as that is concerned Tbl8 between parties nor elasb arraiee but merely the settle ment of a question in a way provided by tbe law Therefore tear not YOllr I nether garment but vote In a manly decentwayyour rights and sentlmei whether you are for the bond issue or- t against It 1 t 1 TUE announcement pi Mr H HI I Hennloger of Montlcello for State treasurer appears elsewhere We do nqt know him personally but if balt I what his friends say of him Is true Mr It Hennlnper would make an ideal ofilc As sheriff ot Wayne county he did bls duty on all occasions and eo endeared I himself to the people by his high re gard of the law and the fulfillment of t tbe pledge he bad made that they naturally want to see him go higher ne is a democat In all the word Impll I is gentleman under any and all clr f If cumstanccs and has lots of friends wbo will use their every effort to help blm into an office for which they believe him so eminently titled average traveler finds more on a railway train than bah ITUE and these are constantly In For example we read of a railroad which is now equip ping a train at a cost about equal to tbat of a Orelclass hotel with buffet I cars bath rooms barber shop library smoking cars drawing room sleep 1log and observation coaches Tboso have already attained but this train I will also have telephone connection f with local and long distance service and It Is expected tbat before long a f passenger may call up any number any jwhereand hold a conversation wblle the train is in motion i CLARENCE COLEMAN who bas been I contributor to these columns for tbe past six or eight years and who bGS r written letters to It from every point off tbe globe bas accepted a position wlb r that good paper the Somerset Journal tlHewilt travel for tbe Journal and ble l to It from the various sectlo l be will visit may be looked forward tor with pleasure Mr Coleman is a brig l young man and will make his mark some day We congratulate Bre on securing his services fCampbeU the Legislature made f oo appropriation tbe Louisville Tlnu reaysln its bitterness and gall If by ii and private enterprise there to be a Kentucky building and exhibf j at tbe Louisiana Purchase Expoaliloi i there must be no time lost Perhaps It would be well to procure as one of tbo exhibits the Legislature which failed to provide for show of the States othe and butter products An offer of free transportation woild catch em THE Lancaster Record la 12years old and Brer Landram has been at tbe helm seven years Kentucky has fey i cleaner or better papers and beroe hoping that it may live long and pros r per and tbat its clever editor may someday get rich enough to toy a share or I so of stock In Lincoln countys 011 i wells f FRIENDS of tbe late Gov Altgeld who died In poverty have Inaugurate a movement to raise a purse of 32000 j for his widow so that she may be free from any financial embarrassment dnr ing the remainder of her life A SOUTH KENTUCKY exchange makes this anklndeit cut of all at McKlnlev Most So far as the lrd Congressional district Is at present coo cerned it Is a clear case of taxation I without representation POLITICAL Gov Beckham will not attend the Charleston Exposition on Kentucky DayJudge James D White of tbe First appellate district baa formally an Bounced his candidacy for reelection The president appointed Brig Gen R P Hughes to be made a major gen eral and Cole Do Russy Durt and Sheridan to be brigadier generals Senator Deboo called on the presi dent to register a complaint agfinst John R Procter civil service commissioner who the Senator claims IB taking I too active a part In Kentucky pout ical appointments r TO THE TAXPAYERS A circular was issued a few 1as ago showing that it would be nCes eary to increase the rate of taxation for school purposes if tho bond issuo is voted rho calculation was based on a statement furnished by the County Clerk made in a great hurry and while rushed with business For this reason some mistakes wore mado which tho Clerk has corrected According to his statement tho property in the district subject to tho tax- Is SG3000 There is about tho sum of 831000 in the hands of gunrdla trustees otc residing in the district which belongs to wards etc residing out of tho district This property Is not subject to tho tax lcCracken Co vs Mlllor 6 Ky Law Hop 865 It is still true that thoro Vvlll be n do licit with a 40o levy as shown by tbls calculation RECEIPTS 400 on 1853000 leas a pr ct for 10113270 40 255 polls at 8125 357 50 260 per capita from State 75260 2860From pay pupils eie12 00 EXPENDITURES Annual expense as shown by Trustees statement 4110 00 Add 6 pr ct Int on 15000 750 00 4070 00 Annual deficit 357 JO The trustees promise not to Increaso the rate of taxation but If the bonds ire voted they will not have tbe power to keep the promise for the law wm compel a sufficient levy to meet tbo principal and interest of tbe bondsa besides they have no power to blod their successors who might oppose cur tailing expenses by reducing teach ularles The trustees propose to tear down a building reeently erected at a coat of about 5000 and put In Us stead ono to cost 816000 A South wing could be added to tbe present building amply mOlclent to accommodate the cblldren of THIS DISTRICT and thereby save an mmenae sum of money In principal and Interest for tbo taxpayers Tbe present tax rate Is 81 77i on a own mao and If tbo bonds are voted hero Is a possibility and a probability of It being Increased lo 82 47i because is we are informed the town rate will lave to bo Increased next year and If ihe bond are voted the school rate as we have shown will have to be ioore id also Will not this be an excessive rate on tbe widows and orphans dependent on heir alender Incomes for support as well as on the money borrower It Is urged that this district can be run on a 40 cent levy because the Lancaster school is run on a levy of 25 ai The comparison U not fair for the reason that the value of property in tbe ancaster district la 8230127 ID excess of ours Tbe value of property in the Lanoa or district is 31162127 while ours Is only valued at 883000 The correctness of these figures hown by the following telegram re dived today and also by the statement of our county clerk Tbe telegrams III followsIII LANCASTER KY 4 I002Tbe taxable property on our graded scbool district la 81152127 E W HARRIS Treas Mr Coopers statement is as follows State of Kentucky s s County of Lincoln f I Geo B Cooper clerk of the Lincoln bttnty Court do certify that the amount of taxable property in the Stanford Graded School District about which there Is- no contest Is 863000 That the amount of property in the hands of guardian uktees etc who reside in tbe district and whose wards etc reside out of the strict is about 31000 In making the original statement showing the value of the property to be 802 000 I accidentally overlooked some lists which accounts for the difference Witness my hand thlsSrd day of Apri 1002 GEO B COOIEK Oik The undersigned taxpayers of the Stanford Graded School District arc opposed to the bond issue because It- will necessarily increase the rate of taxation which la already onorous The State tax rate has been Incroas cd to COo the town rate is 40c tho county rate Is 47 l2c the prosoti 80hool rato is 40c making the total ralo at present 8177 12 The town- rate will have to be increased to 700- next year wo are reliably informed and the Trustees admit that if tho bonds are voted they will have the power to Increase tho school rate to 700 so there is a possibility and a- groat probability if the bonds are- voted of the total rate being 8247 1 2- on a person living in town W M Bright John Bright Sr- 1Irs T J Foster J B patton J S lughman J U Banghman J E- Druce James Meesor J C Hold But Merman W O Walker Mrs M A Hooker S J Embry Jr J C- lIays J B Foster Mrs E A Blain- Mrs S W Hays Mrs M Lawson 1Iaok Lawson W C Shanks J II- SIHlDks J W Wallace A M Wal laco Mrs M J Owsl y Mrs M D Withers Miss Maggie Hooker Miss Jennie Hooker W P Tate C E- fato T M Ponulngton K E Leo- Sims J B Qwsloy T J Foster Mrs L B Shanks W A Tribble E L mnehatl J H McAlIstor J W ughinan J S Hooker J S Hund loy S H Baughraun Jno J Mcnob- ett8 T C Ban Mack Huffman P P Nunnelley Hugh Held W A lIal1 E P Woods R B Woods P Held J B Higgins John Wren Simpson Woner S J Embry Sr O P Huffman Mark Hardin J II Moore IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Ellzabeth Wood aged 00 died In Wayne county Mrs Susan Goodknlgbt died at bel home In Pcrryvllle in her 04th year There has been no change In tbe smallpox situation except for the bet tel aiDanvllle J C Beck an Insurance agent at Richmond has departed His book show a shortage of 81100- S G Goode who has charge of tbo baby left on Ben Rains door step 10 forms the Advocate that tho baby bas been named J C W Beckbam Goode The State Prison Commlsslooc granted paroles for Nancy nunleyand Phoebe King mother and daughli convicted of killing Mrs Epsey ellers In Pulaski county W C Davis Jr of Somerset was given a year for grand larceny Ho was charged with taking money from tbo cash drawer of the Somerset Ice Co for which enterprise ho worked Borelng IrwIn and Moss have recommended to tbe secretary of agrlci sure the appointment of J S Cooper of Somerset for Crop Reporter of Iten tucky succeeding S S Shepard reo signedAt trial of Albert Goodman who killed Willis Derossett In Whllloy was held In 82000 bond whli he was unable to give His two sonll who aro Implicated in the killing bave not been captured John Slelby recently sold 13 acres of Chicago property for 827000 and has presented each of his sons Isaac Jas and John Shelby with 85000 A youn5r dentist by the name of Dr J P Green of Springfield lately ot Lebanon Juo icon has located at Junction City at the residence of Dr J R Steele Junction City cor Advocate MT VERNON Three companies are arranging to start to drilling for oil In this county within the next 00 days Warrants were Issued against expre company here charging It with doll irlng liquor to Inebriates The oaso was tried a few days since and dlsmls ed Tbe latornln storms did muoh dan age In the county H V Baslln was In Plnevllle this week doing someosbi- cork for Mr Starkey of London who row owns the Plnevllle telpbono plant J R Cass W H Pettus and Joe fewland al telegraph operators re elved tbe Royal Arab degrM at Ian bapter meeting Seven members of his ohapter are operators Mrs Willis Adams Is yet with her daughter Mlu Ida May who tae dangerously hurt by elng thrown from a horse near Gray omo two weeks since T J Penning on has moved Into the Walt Smlt mouse In Whites addition Dr M L dyers and family are visiting relatives in Gallatln county Alvah Maret was In from Wlldle Monday- F H Hardy the White Rock limo nan has returned from Alabami whore he has been since last Fall lIe bas started up his kiln Sparks Villlama have fired their new lime kiln The Mt Vernon lime kilns are runnln full blast Jones Fish has opened a bl lock in the old Houk stand Depot Agent Landrum baa moved to hlaproi erty on Williams street ExJalle Griffin baa moved to his farm Dear luckeye S C Franklin has moved bls jewelry establishment to the new tore of Jones Fish W bL Poynter Is rooting a storehouse opposite hid welling CHURCH MATTERS Rev Wm Shelton will preach at thi Baptist church at 11 oclock Sunday morning Miss Ellen M Stono baa returned from Bournemouth and has takes up- bel residence with friends In Torring ton Square Bloomsbury Efforts are sing made to Induce tbo American missionary to deliver an address In London on her experiences during cap vlty Your nptlco of a few weeks since of D Sunday School at work in the Lords army encourages us to glvo a report of- the work being done at Turner vllle trough the earnest efforts of our su irlntendent Sunday was review and contrary to the usual custom there was a full attendance of all tbo cbll- dren in tbo neighborhood who answer ed promptly tbo questions asked by two acbera Especial mention should bo- made of Class No 2- WALK8WITIfOUT u CRUTCHES I WM much afflictedwith 8ciatlcawritci El 0 Nnd lowavilleScdgwick County Kns going about on crutches and suf- ferlng a deal of pain I was induced to- tryBallards Snow Liniment which ro- Hcved me 1 used three 50c bottles It i- tho greatest liniment I ever used have recommended it to a number of persons- and all express themselves as being bone- fited by it I now walk without rutehes- able to perform a great deal of light labor on the farm 25c 60c and anilSl at Penny a Drugstore counjty e y e 0 J y P 0- Hs i S I h7 as i t + as bV Ie r 1 S t i Grand Leaders i j l r Specials for this week rti W 7 p Childrens hoso double kneo heel and too fine gauge sizes 5 to 10 12 worth 20o this wooklOo 25 dozen boys knee pants sizes 4 to 11 worth up to 1 this week 29c per pair h 87in black dross goods plain or figured worth COo this week 29o t lOo poronlos this week 7 l2o 7 l2o shirting this week Co yard ii COc rod table linen 2Cc yard J fi flails Levu J Props In the old Louisville Stanford 111 1 s SN W t j v v + i S vitfie a a N h A s PRICE Stanford Ky Offlo OT UeKoberU Dreg Stare In tSs Owilt HAYS U1TDSETAEBES AUOOSAUUIM j And Wall Paper Exchange Furniture for all of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTDOK I am prepared to paint and repair your boggy carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work enaran teed You can have your old vehicle mad new for very little money J II OIlKElt Stanford Ky H C The Merchant Tailor KY Goods Warranted Fit a Call Y DANVILLE KY Manufacturer o- fBRICKiAnd Dealer In Lime Cement o o Write For SALE A Splendid Farm in Lincoln County and a Business House h Other Desirable Projicrty In Stanford Ai Executor of the last will and beta ment of John 8 Murphy Sr deceased we will at tho front door of the Court House In Stanford o- nSaturday May loth I9O2 tell ut public auction to the hleheat bidder these parcels of real estate which belong to the estate of testator town 1 The business house and lot oa the southeast corner of Main and Lnncatter street In Stanford which U now occupied by John Bright Jr k Co 2 The tract of about 40 acres of land situate In theliOuthUlltorn liars of Stanford 3 The farm of about 260 oeros of excel luut land situate about 3 j tulle from Stan ford on the Hustonrllle pike This farm will first bo offered In two parcels one of about 180 acres being that part on the north side of the pike tho other of about BO acres on the south aide of the pike Then the form will be offered as a whole and the boat bid In the aggregate accepted L A of about 840 acres of knob land near Highland Terms of Sale Onefourth oath remalnd er In oue and two yuan with Interest from lay of sale and full possession Jan 1 1098 rbe purchaser of tho 180 aero tract on the north aide of the pike le to aume the ment to Sirs Mary J Murphy of tho Bum 100 lItebut n010n For partlcularacalon John 8 ofI soar UcKlnney Ky Bale to begin at 2 p W n k J 8 Murphy Executors c Ladies 250 trimmed lints this i wook ltS- Special custom made Indies in nil toes heel find spring shoosiworth 2 this week 118 J lions 85c shirts this wook 12 1Uc India Linon this wook Oo Fino dross ginghams worth lOc this week 7 l2c Ladies this week 203Pa O GRAND LEADE S Mar B Lcvu i Store Stand 7lf iNtiN611ti0 1tiN01ONN1vNNi1 ii vi SurgoonDentist DaOd- lagHEAZLEY FuriiItnrc3IntUiijsRtijj Theywill Painting Repairing RUPLEY STANFORD GuaranteedGive ERDILLEHA Irlc- esEXECUTORS llurchaser i FOR SALE M The ntistok of the Racket Store fonniMing of IO itMiiln NotiotiH Ilolliing Hoot Shoes anti Slipper huts Cttps Ladies And Gents Furnishing ioods rarpct Mitt tings Oil Clothe Trunks Vali8el Kte TUig stock must ixtHitively bo sold in thirty days and to do it will Start one nf the greatest pricecutting sales ever attempted in Stan ford The sale will begin April let and continue to May1st only Come here for bargains both wholesale and retail For sale or rent Itoute and lot good mulch cow lumber and fhinglefl household and kitchen furniture anti also n splendid lot of modem uptodate store fixtures for Ale THE RACKET STORErSTANFORD KENTUCKY Reliable Goods at i IiLow PricesA F W H MUELLER TITE JFWELER i 30 years experience at the bench W B McROBERTSDRUGGIST 4 Wall Paper Fishing Tackle I Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY CLOSING OUT I have decided to quit the goods business mid have advertised my store for sale The road l ers ofthis paper know the kind and quality of the goods I handle told while rnm waiting 1 youhavegoods at greatly reduced prices for cash only r JAMES FRYE HUSTOIVVILLE lone ara ace our acl80mcrfitc o Jasftionale STltffherj t t in Postoflico Building on MAIN Mrs Garland Singleton t a d r n= THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANFOIID Kv i1 1002 In Oiling your prescriptions wo uso proporUonlnot do better U yon paid ui doublo tbo price which le always reasonable Pen nyi Drug Storo PERSONALSA OROIIOE L PENNY U quite tick Mils JAMBS P BAILEY continues 111 tIlSW W HAYS has boon very sick MilS BCTSY NBVIUB U ittll critical IT itiQnLANi DBOIC It over from Win J cheater Mug G U COOlHR li slowly Im proving C O OAHSON of Liberty was hero this week DANVILLE NEWS says that Mr T n Wright If II- IlixSliEHUT 3 M OWBN3 ipcnty ci te rJny In LouisvilleaWILL U In tho buying moro goods W 8 KMIIUY and C U Owens wool to Lexington yesterday MICR J M FAKHA of Lancaster was with Miss Pearl Uurntldo yesterday MiBBOriiKLiA LACIEY will u to Lexington tomorrow to visit friend Miss PKAUL PINKBHTON U back from a visit to friend at DustoovllloT Oil W F PHILLIPS por changed from OilY county to Crab Orchard d MIBSHS PANNIF AND LHK POWBLL were bora from IluiuWllle shopping yesterday f DItS J F PBYTQN and A S Price sod J Oi Bailey wont to LouUvlllo yesterday MlBB OlIOHalA MCAPHK of Dan rlllOi was a gout at Miss Florence TruahoartV Dn A 8 1ltlQE U bask from Dan rUle tontliUrably Improved wa are glad to state MISS BMVIA OWILKY und Mike Owi lyr wool to LtxiDcloa yesterday to we Julia Marlowe MI8BU8 OAMILLU HOPPKR and Raise c Ooaker of IluitonvUle were gust bare vestarUiiy I MHB W L McOARTY and baa hom llttl ion of Klnjftvllle are with Mrs W B OBannon Miss SARAH CURTIS who has been rblllBir fittflonvlllo bleeds returned to Paris yesterday- t JK W F IIlCKLB west to Lwli vllle Wednesday to enter the Hospital Coltoce of Medicine I SQUIHH JOHN ELLIS is MW stare keeixrcavcer at J W Jurats distil lacy at Grab Orchard MOWS omm from Baton tbat Will Moore formerly of this county has a HOB boy at his house r MB6SRS R M JAOtrSON and n O Thompson two London capitalists were hero Wednesday H O BROWN of the Lancaster Rio ord was In town yesterday ID the later est of that Rood paper MR K T MINOR who has been with hit wife at Lancaster passed through to Omaha Neb Wednesday MRS J n TliOUNE and Mr Alex Cunningham of Mlllersburg aro Dottrr whe qualified as notary public of Lie coIn county for the next four year ATTOHNBYB H H TYE and C W Lester of Wllllamsburg wero reels tqred at tbs St Asaph Dotel yesterday Miss HALLIE NKVIUS learning tin millinery business under Miss Llzelo Cowan Mr Garland Singleton trim mer MRS MOLLIE INORAM and sons Jno Russell and Floyd Lee of Erin Tcnn are visiting her father Mr Isaac Dam lIOn DR R GOLDSTHIN the optician writes that ha will bo at the St Asap Hotel Monday and Tuesday April 7 and 8 SENATOR GIJOHOE T FARRIS le nowS traveling for tbo Frankfort Chair Co I whoso goods aro made In tbo peniten tlary MR A C SiNOLHTON who has just served five years In the standing army le with his father In the Waynosburg section MR J M REYNOLDS the clove 1 tmorcbant of Boo Lick and Mr W T l Mulllni of Marotiburg wero callere Tuesday sufferedIdays since and has since boon confined to her bed MR AND MRS FORESTUS REID Mra Bowman and Mrs O P Cecil thra Journal MRS SAIIRA MCCLURE who 6trained nureo hue been with Dr A Prlco for nearly threo months returned to Crab Orchard yesterday to enjoy a muchneeded rest LOCALS r UNCLR1 DINK FARMER and J Reynolds sent three bloodhounds Shreove 0 to have thorn trained J n SMITH who got 21 years for murder In HarUn county and who has been here pending a decision of bill case In tho court of appeals was taken to Frankfort Wednesday A MUTTER famlno exists hero PURE Red Cap Eggs at II per sot ting Mrs L M Wcstorflcld FARMERS Stock coat you need plowlnJJO WILL sell millet bay at 35o por 100 pounds for a law week to reduce tock J H Baughman S Co FROM April adwlll pay highest IeAlbley vacatedbygarden Apply at this olllco LAND SALBROV H B Cockroll o Thompsonisvlllo for 11225 IronRangenear Crab Orchard other scar McKIn nay T J Dill AttorneyS FobrBroxiag spltllcatiooC theCrabopening today and tomorrow and Invitethe ladle to call and ICes her goods HANK ATKINS ono of Stanford ofJanitorIIndFrankMT VBHNON Is to try her band on an AIbrhbt urday night April 12th Old flddlor aro Invited to enter r A DOKBN or so member of the A O U W lodge at this plane wont to Dan lomorlnewere royally treated TUB Ladles Aid Society the Pre byterian church will meet with Mrs W II Illggln at 340 this afternoon All It Is a missionary mating the mere ber had better bring along a little change M RMUuK1RLLKTbomasleaook s splendid young man of Uustonvllle has rented the Wright storeroom at fledge villa and Is puttUg In a new and selected stoek of goods Wo hope b will do well- LOoics like Danville Is to hue a nw I otters house sure enough The looa tlon Is the Murphy carriage shop and Wright1 marble works on Third street whleh has a frontage of 88 feet and extends book 137 feat MONDAY will be a dayat LIber- ty First day of clroult otfurt horse bow day ete and the crowd ought to bo large As usual where several aro gathered together too INTERIOR JOUR NAL than will bo among thorn AT the Council meeting last nlgb- the bid of Mr A II Bastln for a tele phone franchise was accepted but that was about the extent of business done We understand that Mr Baslln wilt open an exchange bore at once DR J O CAItI haspurchased an Y Ray and has placed It In Joseph Prlco Infirmary Dr Carpenter be laves In keeping abreast of the times nod doesnt spare roOney In his odor to do to Ho la an uptodate physician in every way r OUR photographer Mist Sacrnytook soma ono pictures of Crab Orchard Spring and surrounding section which Manager Willis will have Inserted In railroad guides etc Mr Willis propos es to advertise right and left this year knowing the valuo of printers Ink as ho docs r NEWTON BROS of nustonvlllo have closed a deal for tho Drlnkley Hotel at at Somerset and aro to take popcsslon tomorrow The Journal saps of tho hostelry The Brlnkloy has long been ono of our principal hotels and the BIt uatlon la ono of our most valuable in the city A now modern brick wilt soon have to tako the place of the pres In1formere The prlco paldv810000 include the furniture IONsomav25 i unto car at noon Tuesday and spent the afternoon viewing the leases of the Central Oil Gas d Mining Co In which they are stockholder They wero accompanied by Messrs A P conr pany and Mr Clay also of Lexington who assisted by Sheriff M S Doug h man did the honors of the occasion After dinner at too St Aiaph the vie I tore wore taken to the well being drill ed and from thorn to leases on Green river and other parts of tho county bettond og were a to R ham that night Tho party left at 230 Wednesday morning for Bath county to see other leases They had a pho tographer with tbtnand some of tbo picture be took will appear in these columns later r NICE assortment of shopping bags also a oleo line of lobe W H Muol Inv I WILL pay cash for chickens and egg Call and see mo at the old Tur key House L C OJloy It ONE of Uncle Dink Farmers bloodhounds died the other day but there aro two or three left to make It hot for evil doers MRS SAIIRA MC tEofCrab Orchard an experienced nurse offer her services to do private nursing at rea sonable rates IF you goodprinting at low prices seo the I J man at Liberty youfon any paper DR E J thelocated at Stanford In the nick of time Ho has been busy every hour since ho decided to make this place his home We hope his already good practice will grow larger r TimE Alec were out Tuesday night loa number of gates wero taken from their hinge and thrown in the street Somo of these days these youngsters are going to realize tbo folly of that sort of business ANYONE with a common school edu cation can metro themselves Independ ent and lolfsustalnlng by taking a course In Suggestive Therapeutics You can graduate and got a diploma ready to practise suggestion Inside of three weeks Write us for term and ran book 124 E Broadway Louis vlllc Ky BUYS TilE GL0UTMiller has purchased Alex Ulrsoh Interest In the clothing arm of Miller b Hirsch and thereby become tbo solo propri etor of The Globe Mr IIlraah willre turn to Cincinnati where he will en gage In business He and his estima ble wife have made many friends dur ing their raldeno In Danville wet will regret to learn of their Intended removal Slnoe tne business was pur chased by Miller A nirijh from Jo+ Frobman It has steadily grown Mr Miller Is ono of Danvilles most enter prising and popular business men and bas always contributed liberally to tbo Industrial support of Danville and eom reunify The present excellent fore e of clerks will be reteloedAdvosnto traiteMountain Route and Texas k Pacific which will leave this place about B A M April 90tb and connect with the Louisville Special at Lebanon Junction This train I oonslst of cbalr oars coaches sleeper sad tourist sleepers and ample room will be provided for all This train will be run through without change fat the accommodation of the veteran and their friends and very quick tilde will bo mode as stops will bo mado only at largo stations and 1m perfect points Meal stations will to reached at convenient hours and every eatstrate ford for the roundtrip wjll bo SIR 40 Tickets will be limited for returning May 3d but will bo extended until May 16th by depositing ticket with joint agent at on or before April 30th and paying a tae of 60 cents 10 addition to tbe above tickets will be Bold on April 18tb and 10th at the same rate for regular trains For further Information guide etc call on Joe S Rice agent RALPH BINOHAM dosecond time under tbo auspices of tbo Young La dice Aid Society of the Presbyterian church has Mr Ralph Blngbam faced a Stanford audlobco With only a tow months intervening between his ap pearance and tho fact that Walton Opera Rouse was crowded Tuesday night gives evidence greater than lan guage of Mr Blngbams ability as an entertainer From start to finish Mr Ulngbam bad his audience thoroughly attuned In harmony with himself If the deeper diapason chords were not touched It woe not because bo le not capable of reaching the whole gamutof human feelings but as ho says It IB not tbe Vex humann but the jubllanto that people wish and Indeed ho is a notoonly what be says but the way ib which he says it his parenthetical clauses hU tide speeches ktcp one on tbo qul vivo and not recovering from ono exhausting fit of laughter before be is on to soother For one man to boa show In himself ho must be a genius and that Ip tho category In which wo place tbo gentleman He Is said to bo too most versatile monploglst on tbe stage adding to this his abilities as n vocalist and violinist Wo bavo bo hoe Itanov In saying be Is most thoroughly enjoyable and woll worthy tbo patron ago of too public As an accompanist Miss Myrtle Abrams a recent addition to Stanford society deserves every prates that can bo bestowed upon a young lady musician With no oppor tunity for practicing with him yot the accompaniment was without an unbar monlous chord or accent Her technique was floe and coming as she was a sur prise to too audience with a deslro to aid tbe entertainment and the young ladles In their work made It doubly pleasing and we aro sure all fool grate ful to her HOOKER WJlllam Hooker who was maoyfrlondsfew days since He bad been a mar chant of that clip for over 30 years and was a substantial citizen Mr Hocker was an uncle of our townsman Mr J S Hooker and he leaves two brothers hissers I D and J M Rocker of Lex ington THIS AND THAT J bL Jones of Madison found 1000 In gold In an old tree injuredlaRobbers wrecked the poatoRlco at Covlngton Ind with dynamite Rev Ezekiel Forman D D an aged Presbyterian minister died at Lexing tonSenator Doboo announces that be le not a candidate for governor of Ken tuckyMr Bathes was acquitted at Mount Holly N J of the murder of her stepdaughter E H Ireland will represent State College In the oratorical contest at Danvillo on tbo 18th The fourth well of the Atlantic and Pacific 011 Co has come ID In Knox and Is regarded as a good one Tommy White who was knocked out In a boxing bout at Philadelphia died having never regained cooBclousne88I The eevenmonthsold and Mrs John Roralno of Washington county was accidentally smothered to death h has developed that tbe recent Ken tucky Legislature passed a resident fire Insurance agents bill after all though tbo Impression at the time of Its ad badbecnFire at Atlantic Cltv N J destroyed the famous nand Walk eight hotels and other property The blaze which tarted at Kontuekv avenue was float ly checked at New York avenue after damage estimated at 2000000 was doneMr Abner McKinley Reprosanatlva Gardner and others testified before tbe douse committee Investigating tho oharJrcsTbeode of Cup CnrUltouR and never had n conversation of any kind with him about the cftle of the Island MATRIMONIAL Among the many elaborate wedding gifts received bv Miss Ruth DUI unuirhier of J r Hill wno married at St Paul was 350000 In beetle from her moneynJobb Green Walls a clever young roan of the Klnzsvllle section was married Wednesday to Mls Annie Parsons tbe pretty daughter of Mrs Mary E Parsons Tbe two have been sweethearts for years and now that wedIT SCARES PEOPLEWho consumptive fam ily when they be kin to cough and painful fact beyond disproof that consumption is not cannot be in herited The microbe which breeds disease must absolutely be received by the individual before consumption can be devel opedMen and women who have been afflicted with obsti- nateI coughs bron lhItIA hlrrllnr of the lungs emaciation and weakness have been perfectly and permanently cured by tile use Dr Pierce Med coughhealswith solid flesh + When I commenced taking your medicines completelybrokenof Chanevville Calrert Co Md At times 1 could not even walk across the room without pains In my chest The doctor who attended Pe- rraidlhadaa Iroutle and Hal uvulj non bt era again At last 1 concluded to try Doctor I bought a bottle of Gold Medical it and soon com menced to feel a little better then you directed me to take both the Golden Medical Disco ery and the Favorite Prescription which I did Altogether I have taken eighteen bottles of Golden Medical Discovery twelve of the Favorite Irescripllonland five vials of Pel lets I am now welt and do all my work without any pain whatever and can run with more ease than I formerly walk Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser in paper covers is sent free on receipt of ai onecent to cover expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce N Yd CBG rLeXInGTOn D8mOClRfl Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It U especially devoted to the interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor W P Walton Editor 5 Mgr Loxlngton Ky G L CARPENTER W G WITHERS tf Have you seen our j 20th Century Lace Curtains They are the the thing From our large stock you can make a selection that will please you both in quality and price Give UH a call 4 Withers Furniture Co QUALITY AND PRICETwo most Interesting points See and examine our line before buying BarbedWire i Clover and Seed Stoves Ranges Hardware Groceries kweekgiven prompt attention and immediate delivery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO k Corner Opera House Block OQf Yicks Garden Seeds are the best on the market I f yw j j 4 I u 505 f e a0 Jj fsRIDfIGq iit tll aI ae l Manss Shoes e- 7tr ee i Ci 4 None better few as good e c I I T Only three things considered in the manufacturectr vaQiIJ wl350 TO 500 IN PRICE p y I standa will give you more service than a ides E the Manss Sold by + aMiP 0t H J McROBBRTS iwfi a lz Aa 2f y fir S Ssit tti s 4 a y ao Vas if o f ri b- a y i i i iIiSi 1t I f1S Ml m j IQunJity is never sacrificed 11 ea to price in Zeigler Bros j I FhieShoes ti Ladies who want shoes that look well feel well II and wear well should not be1 satisfied with anything short of Zeiglers Shoes Iud Slippers I Ii See tho onestrap twostrap and threestrap Slippers Southern Ties Oxfonls Colonial Tiesfar ladies and children Dry Goods Notions and Ladies ReadytoWcnr INcw in every day Come in and see them i Severance Sons New Store JNOTICE Central Fire Insurance Compy LEXINGTON KY AH having claims against thoOen trnl Fire Insurance Company of Lexington Kentucky are hereby notified that an order has been entered In the Fayctto Circuit Court directing that all claims be presented to and led with me the Receiver of said Company on or before the 15th dity of May 1002 0 0 OALHOUN Receiver Central Fire Insurance Co Mutual Pool on Future Events The Kentucky Derby Metropolitan Brook lyn and Suburban Handicaps American pool9iooooaTICKETS 1 EACH For cntrles circulate end full particulars add teem HUTCAL SWEEPSTAKES ASSN Milton Young Mgr Lexington ICy Reference Lexington City Nafl Uanki JH BOONE CO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Bruces Old Stand Depot St STg2WORD KY New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to TrlvelIlog Men Phone No 4THE INTMOR JOURNAL Entered n the pose at Stanford at teondclait maker a gy1tslaoaTuadtipa wadSsSdsap- wtt 1 PERYEAR CASH ate When not ioptldffi3OO will becasrzed IthmKNOX- VILLEe DiVisION No 24 Train going North 1113 a rn No2S 10 to 210am NoW II II South kOO 1233 a m No 23 II e 1252 pm i For all Polnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION 4 atlMamlVNo 5criveeatSlaoford7l1Sam211nTee SUnfonl at 2JOpm R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Ofllce over Illgstna 4 McKtnnoyi Store Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoSinnoya a gy Make and keep constantly on baud the L best of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Dran Chick en Feed ic Prices very reasonable Cos torn grinding a specialty D V Kennedy i APPLE TREESf I FrlcetorI I county Ky V D MOUSE Uuitonrllle I BROWN 8 BROWN AttorneysatLaw t Office in Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 0 KY rjWlll practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts T Collections undo and promptly remitted n i COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patron age jl handle the best grades of Jelllco coal T L SHELTON Rowland ICy MONUMENTS PIRE ZINVI G White Ilrouzu Is to IODK In Hie monument business what Uio improved drop head sow 1 lug machine M to the band method or the car N to the oM tinge roach It U the advanced thought of ilia ago It U indestructible and wU per wtnate the re cords and railing pace of sour loved ones It U very beautiful wllti u floated sli vrr ap pearance Please hold your order until you I can Investigate ItIJ C Mc Wlwrter Agt OltAIltOUOHAIU KY r IJ+ V1C cCbMY-t h UNDERTAKERII EMBALMER 1 IlAndDeatear In i I UAEKESf 3A DDLBBY 0 k Stanford Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN Eye BpeclilUt of Louisville will be at St Asapli HotelSanford IiMonday and Ru sdayt4pril79i Now U the time Dont your befit Eyes examined and rlaelsclentillcallyadJuted Dont neg KCt your eyes 0leboon t a m to 5 p m- Itt r v Soft Harness You can mate your ban new M sort u a close and M tough HI wire tjr nIfEmtlIfliar at ran IltmktttLotordinarily wo- uldEUREKA Harness Oil users a poor looklrt hrrim like new lliute of pure heavy budki oil ee prrtilly irrp ml to wltlt luuul the weuhrB- oM eT rrwhre lade by STANDARD OIL CO Blue Grass NurseriesBPIUNQ OF 1002 Fruit and ornamental trees grape vines asparagus small fruits and everything for orchard lawn and garden We have no agents but sell direct to tbe planter II F IHLLENMEYFR Lexington Ky FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND BALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Sheriffs Sale for Taxes County Court nay Monday April II 190 31 Between the hours of 0 a m and 4 p mat the court houso door in Stanford Lincoln county Ky I will expose to the highest bidder for cash in hand to pay the State anti county taxes for the year shown opposite the names the following property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to pay said taxes This list will be published once a week for four weeks names will disappear as soon al the tax and cost are paid Cost of advei Using 8160 StanfordWhite Brady James D N R 20 acres kd 10 Rrummett Rebecca 9 acres 2 Daughertr W J 43 acres 320 Ends n T 10001 45 acres 8 01 Elmore 8 D 1 town lot 3 80 locker Charles cold 15 acres 2 00 Isom John 20 acres 3 81 Lay E W 31 acres 3 i- pchoffer Widow 25 acres 2 tr Anthony Direct 1 acre 1 31 Good Jim 40icrn 1 73 Klrkpatrlck Kate M acres 1 74 L 31 SCTM 2 70 Manuel Tom Siena 1 ttIQ looter Anderson 1 town lot 2 U OwalCT Ito Sacra 2 OJ Bandldgelohn 1 acre 2 7 Steward 2 sera 211 StanfordColored- Carr Anderson 3 houses lots 12 13 Christopher Albert X acre 111 Good wolford 1 acre 3 6C Hayden Tim 1 acre 73 Lackey win bouse lot 4 U Lackey wm sr hcuse lot 1 SO Logan Jim 1 acre 2 73 Logan Jim 12 acres 2 Y John 1 acre 2 n Simpson Bllas 3 acres 2 15 Sims Thos 47 acres 2 n Wade Olddle house lot 3 60 Hustonyllte White Aldrich Mrs E L 110 acres 20 30 Bailey Jr M 2 acres 1 10 Carpenter George 40 acres 217 E VV 20 nures 1 16 Uoocli Aden 150 acres 2 48 Miller August 75 acres 0 64 Martin John col 50 acres 2 70 Maxey 011 13 acres 2 06 Martin J G 76 acres 8 07 Spisler Mike 03 acres 4 46 Statuni 0 W 68 acres 6 YJ Statum G W 22 acres 1 68 Williams John 300 acres 8 4t Yocum J D 48 acres 2 iO Yocum J II 20 acres 12 McWhorler J W 70 acres 242 FeQriesJF 40 acres 2 7J limos J N 11 sires 1 A- SlllodaJU 20aeres 150 temprr Edward 81 acres l M Morgan W M 101 acres I II iVlUoril Ill 116 acres 577 leaaure Will Soars I 17 Lawrence Jane 40 acres 217 ustonvllleColored Bailey Charles J nero 2 37 Blain John 1 lot 2 50 3apps J W 1 lot 2 8U cooper Dick 1 lot 2 12 Dale Lewis 3 acres 2 17 Jodie indley110t 2 59 Jcatbrldge HORard 2 acres 2 17 Jryc 1V III am 110tl 60 Ferrell Dell 5 acres 2 48 iivcns Anderson 20 acres 3 2S Johnson henry 60 acres i 86 ricbormack Sam 3 acres 2 75 Newman Patton 2 acres 2 05 Ugney Henry 5 acres 2 17 itcele Uharlea 2 acres 2 17 Welch James 1 town lot 1 8olllDi John 1 1 town lot 1 80 Floyd 1 town lot 1 00 Crab OrchardWhite Delaney Mrs Kate 60 acres 1 eo euuey Dalllnger SO acres 2 06 enney Joe 30 acres 2 15 foley Hornett 38 acres 8 56 laggard heirs 40 acres J 40 Joblnson Richard N It 4 acres 3 45 Rollers John 30 acres 105 R A H acres 2 35 Smith J L 18 acres 1 80 TnomJ BOn Klclmrd 5 acres 1 15 Smith Mn A Sl 100 acres 1 16 Grab Orchard Colored lays Fred 6 acres 2 75 Williams Mate 6 sere 7 16 WaynesburgBurton acres B IS- MJrmtOno V It acres X- Murlfwn Jeff acres 2401 uitcr Joseph CO acres rvtrd Joseph SO acres 3 33 rytW D 07 acres S 03 I house acd lot 2 5- 0Jooebalt GOarrea 3 10 OOCh J M It acres 4 M lIaDlOn J W 123 acres 3 82 tarts J 47 OUlerlI88 2- 3ose6 J cUnilz W M ro crt 234 been KUel 20 acres 2 10 tern Albert K acres 2 M- McKlnDeT Jihn 30 acres 2 30 eKInneJM M acres 2 1C- CO olInU11 acres 2 73 Ihlllipr Joel 117 acres 86 1tI011 1 bouesnd lots o0 leUll1n C CO acres 2 45 rats 11 W ISO acres 8 2U Ingleton Wm 81 acres 4 S3- uddutb II C SO acres 2 15- TUDlbrrleetoDLIhowl 100 acres 343 HOacrcs 098 relrey Lutloda as acres 116- rho IVnnlDRton nacres 1 21- llr bfbeanlbauer 12S acres 148 William W U 2i acres 2 0 Any taxpayer holding receipt lor I901aad whose I same Is fond herein will please call at office I on or before tbe day of tbla ale bringing Ind matters will be satlitactorll j S M adJUlledI atdrva a s a I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC S J Embry Jr bought 30 shoats a 5 to oio A Rood plow collar or 50o J O Mc Clary Balloy Napier sold toEuRena Jones 18 hone at530 FORSALETwo fresh rowe L L Doty Stanford L C King had a valuable mare tc die of lung fever I have 12 broke work mules for salt J A Glvene MoKinncy Ky iThe tobacco ofTurinRs reached 2807 hoceheads to Louisville In March Mrs L Q King sold to W E Moss a dozen Brown Leghorn hone for 110 A heavy frost In Tennessee caused a- toss of 60 percent In the fruit crop L C King sold to W E Moss a saw for J45 and bought one of S Dunbu for 130 Ten good work mules 4 to 8 years old for sale C T Bobon Button vlllc KytfSimon Well of Lexington bought o M J Farris 104 cattle averaging 1 143 pounds at 14 CO Advocate FOR SALEFour fine largo roan mules 3 to 6 years old 16 hands One very extra pair Dodd S Carpenter Qustonvllle Ky2tHugh Thompson of Chllton Casey county will make tbo season with Prlnco Henry 9 Ono stallion and SI- mon Legree an excellent jack Your attention Is called to the cut of H C Baughmana Nabotb Read his pedigree as well as that of Hapsburg the property of J K Baughman They are a grand pair of stallions At a Mercer county sale hogs brought 7c horses 870 to 1100 cow and calf 880 corn 83 60 per bbl and aheaf oats 81 per hundred Clel Coloman bought 100 iOOOpound slop cattle al 4 to 4ic HeraldDr L Casey assistant State Yet erinarian has been In Fayette and Bourbon counties for 10 days euporln tending the dipping of sheep that are affected with scab Be acted under or ders of the government J C Caldwell Sr and Jr have sold their crop of wheat with BOO sore age to Anderson Splllman at 06c per bushel R G Evans sold to tame 300 acres at same JB Burkof Garrard la making arrangements to put In 275 acres of hemp this year News A VALUABLE MEDICINE For Coughs and Colds In Children I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy to all who are suffering from coughs androids says fhas M Cramer Esq a well known watch maker of Colombo Ceylon It has been some two years since the City Dispensary firt called my attention to this valuable medicine and I have repeatedly used It and It has always been beneficial It has cured me quickly of all chest colds It is os eclally effective for children acd seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarseness I have persuaded many to try this valuable tnedicineand they are allas weil pleased as myself over the reo suits For sale by Craig A Hocker ruggisU The ship subsidy bill will probably- not be reported favorably In tbo Bourn- until after the fall election on account of the Republican members fear as to the effect of passing the measure SCHOOL of Suggestive Therapeutic 124 E Broadway Louisville Kv Former Kentuckian Now a Texan Writes a Letter VALLEY VIEW TEXAS March 30 Wo people In this part of the Lono Star State are a hawy people since bo good rains the Lord has blessed us wit In the month of March Our first ood rain since last May Everything I looking nice wheat and oats are look- Ing One farmers are through plantln corn some corn up ready to plow 10 fact everything seems to be doing wol I Tho year 1091 was the hardest year In tho history of tbo State for this tb Northeastern part with the cxceptlo of cotton Crops of every description were a complete failure and cotton wit only onefourth of a crop Yet as dry and gloomy as everything waalael year land has advanced from 85 to 810 on tbo aero In the last 12 months Land it changing bands almoitevoryday With the bright prospect for a good crop our town has begun togrowogaln Movln and building houses Is the order of the day If crops continuo prosperous our town will have a wheat mill and a bank In operation boforo another crop Ii gathered Both are being talked of very strongly at this time Wo hav this Methodist Baptist Cumberlan Presbyterian sod the NonProgresalv wing to the Christian church hero In Valley View Tbo Baptist and the Cumberland Presbyterian will each build a new church this Fall at a roe of not less than 81500 each I beloni to neither of the above churches there fore I attend them all especially PI preaching days Sunday was Baptist day and we bad 12 or Uaptlntproaph ore with us Last Sunday It being the 8th Sunday and Easter Sunday we had what you would oall an overflow of people and gnpd preaching Ono good old Baptist brother asked all the people to arm themselves with the sword of tho spirit and drive whisky out of Cooke county Be asked all ohrlstlac people of every denomination to help close the saloons of Cooke county and I honestly believe that the Christian people of all denominations aro going to join heart and band la this good work and wipe tbo saloon out I will join the Christian people with my In lluence and vote I have always voted against whisky and will every tlmo I have a chance Wo have nothing In our town in tbe form o wblsky MAC WHEAT BEAUTY NB STRENGTH Are desirable You are strong and vig irous when your blood Is pure Many nay most women fail to properly digest their food and so become pale sallow thin and weak while the brightness beauty and freshness of the skin and com pInion depart Remedy this uuploai ant evil by eaing nourishing food and taking a small dose of Horbiuo after each neal to digest what you have oaten We at Pounds Drug Store IMOloow Is to have next year a news I paper exposition bv way of celebrating the 200vaar jublleo of tho Ruailan press iUKltllINK CURES Ieyer and Ague A dose will usually stop a chill a continuance always oures Mrs Hm M Stroud Midlothian Texas 1ay31 1809 writes Wo have used Terblno In our family for eight years and found It the best medicine we have over used for la grippe bilious fever and tua aria SOc at Pennys Drug Store IMABOTH 10O1G Standard Rule D Record 710sSired bv Wklslogham 2168 alma of Latitude 3il7H and many others In the list Walsloghu Nnl otlis sire Is a son ot George Wik 540 First dam Tinsel by Messenger Durnc 108 son of Hambletonlan and alto ot Elaine 220 23l4 Second dam lieu dater to James llowel- lJr the dam of Norlalne yearling by llambletontan 10 sire of Dexter 21754 Third dam Jessie tlayrebv Harry Clay 45 sire of St Julian 211 J llodluo 2104 and IS others that have produced 2t30 trotters Also sire of the dam of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse Nova Naboth Is a buy 16 hand hub foaled Juno 29 1688 Ills reo contains the blood of Hambletonlan George Wilkes Mambrlno Wilkes Pilot Jr and Harry Olay Will Stand at 91O to Insure a LivIng Colt Will also stand the noted Jack KINO at 8 II Ca BAUGIIMAN Hustonvillo Ky HAPSBURG 509Day stallion 161 bands high fly Gloater 26 Imported 1st dam Jolly by Wonderful Boy 631 2d dam Preserves 832 Flat dam Trinket 5 Imp County King 110 2d dam by Champion of England set 3d dam by Barnaby 670 4ih dam by Grand Turk 138 NOTE From the abo n pedigree can see that Is a bred Cleveland Hay English Coach lone lie Is a beautiful mahogany bay with black points Is 161 hands weighs 1375 pounds driven well gentle and kind flno style and high action Can show a mile better than 3 minute and anyone wishing a bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style and action should see this hbrse Will Stand at ffllO to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand the splendid 16 hands and 1 Inch Black Jack NAPOLEON 2ND at IS for mares and 115 for 0m Mares grazed at 12 moJrth which In all cases must be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGHMAN Hustonvillo Ky 1- r tjfrsA rnrstt ywt skh theist Prices With Material Accurate Work marjshlp CRAIG The Chas heeler Emporium is showing the newest creations in Ladies lInts Come hero I for your Easter fiats DISPLAY ON APRIL 4 AND 5 You are invited Spring lino complete in every 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