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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I r 0 1 VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 819020 A1rI NO 11 NEWS NOTES J There wee a 11600 bank robbcrV at Pennvllle Ind- Pcnneylvaolacapltallete will drill for oil lo Nelson countyIThe osleopalbt won their flfcht before the Iowa Legislature The Stato Dank at Iluskln Neb was looted by Ore mod of 110000 In crib D 0 Hlraahv of Minneapolis won i4the big handicap iboot at Kaniai City Twenty thousand Indian In Arizona I aro reported to bo suffering from lamI IBB I Because bo could flpd DO work Jobn Ca on committed suicide at Kansas City Boston brewery worker want the olKb bour day without reduction oft welU Preston of Toledo O while drunkshot hit wife dead and killed himself The receipts of tbo Loultvlllo pon- t oOlco for tbo year ending April It weroI 1320002 40 Near Kckmtn W Va Peter Allen was killed by John Drown his rival for a girls hand- Civilians who BO to the coronation alI Americas will be ox CprctodtoToo saloon people of Now York aro planning to force an observation of 0Ierr blue law on the statute books Mr Clara Ward and her Infant rechildby lobo explosion of a kerosene lampI The dead body of Harrison RatolllI was found on tnu C L O tracks near Catletlsbur Foul play Is suspected Anarchist who attempted to dlstrlb ute literature at an Altceld memorial meeting In New York were promptly bisuppressedFrank Smith one of the mot promlI none farmers of Shelby county died at his home near Yccchdale He was 81 fears of ace- Arrangements are being made for lobeI encampment of 1000 United States sol dlcrs at Cblckamaugua Park In lobo next few weeks Tbo Virginia constitutional conven lion adopted a suffrage clause which will disfranchise the majority of the Negroes In the State William Lane the Negro who mur dared Mrs Jardon nod two daughter Tuesday at Pbiladtlpbla was given the death sentence after a trial of an hour Jacob Jones was shot three time and almost Instantly killed at Wlnona W Ya by Jamil Pruotto who then held up the bystanders with his pistol and escaped Mr Plant the widow of Henry Plant the deceased Florida million sire U reported Iu to convert tithelogo Tbo building cat 11000000 According to the census report there are 152fi2 tobacco factories In the Uni ted States There are 11380 olgar and cigarette factories 437 tobacco and snuff concerns and 270 stcminerles and rohandllng establishments The St Louts grand jury which has been Investigating charges of corrup tion In the Municipal Assembly returned four Indlctmonu Instances aro cited where delegates and other officials told their votes and Influence from 1100 to 1100000 The will of Cecil Rhodes provide two Oxford scholarships for over- State and Territory In the United States as well as for British colonies and Germany hie Idea being to pro moto a good understanding between England Germany and the Unite States It At a banquets jlvon In Paris In honor of the 13 surviving aeronauts who loft Paris during tbo tolgQ of 18707JCount Do Keratry said that ho escaped In a balloon with 60000000 trance In bonds which ho attempted to use In seta b a republic In Spain and In so curing succor for Franco The State Prison Commission ad journed after removing 29 guards nnd apiralnttng new men to take their plac el Twentythree changes were madaS at the Frankfort prison and six at Ed dyvllle Dolls HargU colored sent uu from Leo county for seven years for i+ murder was released on parole Further developments as to the es I tate of Cecil Rhode placo Its value at I about JC6000000 Earl Roaebory Earl Grey Lord Miler and Dr Jameson Iaro among his executors aro Iglvcn plenary powof In doeloDlnglobo I f general Ideas of the will which aim at ialbroadeDloa of tbo minds of English youths with Americans am Germans IJKTTEK THAN PILLS Tho question line been asked In w way are Chamberlains Stomach and Liv cr Tablets superior to pills 7 Our answer it They are castor and more pleasant to 4take more mild and gentle In effect and wore reliable as they can always be dc pended upon Thou they cleanse and Invigorate tho stomach and leavo the bow ell in a natural condition while pills a- more ro harsh In effect and their use to often b followed by constipation For sale by Craig llocker druggists LANCASTER I Sue Anderson colored was flood 50 wblskyJames a carload of ToIllsaminer at tbo recent term of the cir cuit court Carpenter Quo Vadls appears at the Opera House this evening with a lull company Ray tho artesian wall operator Ie expected with all necessary apparatus to begin boring- CharlosJohnson 18 and Mary Dal linger 1C both of Paint Lick wore married Thursday There U some talk of an electric railway to be run from Richmond to Danvlllo via Lancaster Mr Margaret Hobbs has opened a maotuomaklng apartment In the rear of the Geiger grocery store Rev C M Chumley preached Sun day morning on the passage I Must be About my Father Duslncss Hydrophobia has appeared In various parts of the county a pall being tbo latex victim to die of the dread dls caie DTbe Children Mission Hand of the hristian church have raised the praiseworthy sum of ISO by the use of mite boxes An Infant of Mr and Mrs Joslln of this vicinity died on Friday and the mains wore taken Sunday to Gosben for Interment The handkerchief sale held by lobo Ladles Aid Society on Saturday altar noon was well patronized and netted tho neat sure of liD Mrand Mr Fred Frlsblo will give dining Thursday to celebrate the 8Ttb rthday of his grand mother Mrs Su san Prleo The descendant of Mrs Prlee Include the third generation Sundaytwo FlretDeaconl nulrSpiritorltaolzedbylog on Friday night April 18 to electSadhere for the next six months to consider some Important temperance matters reMissc mryhate and bonnets Saturday Her new store room was artistically decorated and a continuous stream of ladles panIed lo and out all day Sweeney Morgan bought a numberof hogr from J Simpson at IUD J C Fo bought a pair of mule for 1160 W R Cook bought a good mule of a Rookoas e trader for 1100 Wm Royston col S U Anderson a mulo for 170 A Garrard Union Sunday School Convention will be held hero on tho Ash of May and the 30 or more schools of the county are expected tosond del egates J N Denny 11 president and Miss Amanda Anderson secretary o the organization An attempt was recently made to ro Mrs Perclful un old woman living about 21 miles from town Tho door was broken down but for some cease the wouldbo robber lookfrlght tumecdIton his heels and ned Dlood hound have been rot on the trail A 85 bat will be given to the person who guessed nearest tbo number of vio lets lo a glass jar exhibited at MUs Llllte Noels millinery opening on Saturday The award will bo rondo al toon ba Mr J C Hempblll and Mill Salllo Elkin count the contents R Zlrnmer sad lOa Charles leave In 8tayInMrs Louis Landram aro at homo after a trip to Lexington to see Julia lowo W A Arnold le quite 111 an his sisters Mcsdames Folger and Bempblll of Nlcbolasvlllc have been at his bedside Mrs W O Dradley and Miss Christina will shortly join lobo exgovernor In Loulsvlllo Dr A Price has returned from Loulsvlllo much bettor and Is with his mother Mrs U A Price Mlea Martha Gil has been suffering from a very core throat wbloh Is prevailing In this community Mr O D Powell fe visiting her mother Mrs Mabaffy at St Paul Arkansas Jack Doty of Lexington Is visiting tbo family of Mrs Thomas Muter Mrs Thomas Roblnnoo of Quslonvlllo has been lobo guest of Judge J S Robinson and wife Mrs E Hattie of Lexington has been called hero by tho Illness of her broths Wm Ball Mrs G D Robinson oI Hustoovlllo Is with her mother MrS uultahatch u ha ran a thorn while recently out on a search for minnows While out fish log Joo eldest son of Judge Durnildo stuck a nIb hook In his hand whlc bad to be cut out by a physician Mrt Letcher 9WJ y and little daughter are hero from Loulevlllo Try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver byCrall UITS MORGANS I came to a mill by the rlvnr A half mile long and nearly as wldoIWith a forest of stacks and an army of men penWbcriedIAnd a on repliedIts Morgan I dayOn I Which thelandIn a system too largo to understand- A splendid property this I cried And a man with a plato on his hat re plied Its Morgan II truoFrcrew fleetIWhat a beautiful craft she U I criedmAnd a man nIfpridenor I wide Her record In war In science and art Proved grcatnoti of models sod mind and heart What a grand old country It Is cried And a man with his chest lo the air roo plied he Morgan I went to Heaven The jasper wall Towered high and wide and tho golden S hhonenew mark Wai over the grate viz Prlvst- Park to Why what U the meaning of this I cried And a saint with ropllodIt I wont to the only place left Ill take A chance In the In itto brimstone lake Or perhaps I may be allowed to sit On the griddled floor of the bottomloc pit to But a learlnp lout with horse on hi faco Cried out se bo forked me off the place Its Morgan It IN NEIGHBORING WO Davis Jr given a year at omerset for grand larceny has beer granted a now bearing O With the other troubles that bavo cently beset lobo house of Reform easles have broken out there Miss Gertrude Leigh aged 16 years daughter of J 1C Leigh of Junction City died of pneumonia after a 10daya lUncii nIcoxm prepa opera floes within 00 days thd y eooletlo of Centre College Edwin 1 gin of Frankfort was awarded the medal as the beet Individual debator Richard Sharp sold his hotel to It8 former owner Ass Peyton B P agogitt to room h cohr Knox County Fair Association an nounces this years meeting for Sep Weber 3 4 and 6 The officer are Wt Dalllnger president J F Stand II vicepresident W W Tlnsley seer tary and F R Darner treasurer Tbo London 011 Development Co has been organized et London D C Edwards Is president R M vlco president and E A Cbllton ac rotary and treasurer Tbo capital stock II 150000 largely held by the officers James Brown of McKloney died lobo residence of his father Mr Wa o pncumdaP tist church Sunday and the remains Cemetardresidence la this city Tuesday night Her dlfeaao to said to have been pleura pneumonia of which she bad been III but a short tlrao Somerset coo The Lancaster Oil Co has purchased the John Wage farm on Rlcblaod Creak In Knox on which le located tbo famous Wago gusher Tho farm consists of lUg acres and the purchase pries was 825000 The Atlantic and Pacific Oil Co of New York has a loses on the land and tho owners of tho territory which le leased revel oneelghlb of the oil produced T makes the value of the farm 8200000 One year ago this farm could have been purchased for 8000 or leIs HER SONS LIFE tiA vim BY CHAM- DEKLAINS COLIC OIIOLEUA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY A neighbor ran In with it bottle of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarr hoer Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope by my regular physician who stands high In hU profession After administering three doses of It my eon regained consciousness and recovered en tirely within 21 hours says Mrs Mary Hallcr of Mt Crawford Va This remedy Ie for sale by Craig A hacker drug gists Jots From Clarence Colemans PenISOMERSET April 71 will drop the I J a low line today It being my only opportunity I am gradually catching on to the ropey of the newspaper bust ness will savor get It thoroughly as that Is next to Impossible however tbero is not a better newspaper office in the State for the Inexperienced one to got more fully Initiated Tbo Som erset Journal a good paper and locat ed IDs good tows A prominent young republican in speaking to mo yesterday laid tho Somerset Journal was one of the best country newspapers In the Strata and ranked with Walton1 I J and of course I agreed with him Somerset U at present enjoying an era of prosperity beyond doubt It is notlcablo on ovary head The mer cheats are kept busy and the various ills and shops aro In full aro very low loafers fourthtcourt le now entering on tie tthecaopera house le the finest of its kind In TboIporting Miss Llllldn Tusker played the poet week to good sizes audiences I t Is a decidedly smooth repertoire company and mado a greet hit with tbo Somerset theatre goers Ralph fling am the roaster of mimicry will ap pear here the 10th oThera aro quite a number 01 Lincoln and Casey county citizens located at Somerset and Durnsldo and other point and they are all doing well Among them aro J H Allen formerly of Mlddleburg and McKlnney now with Tlbbals Drug Co W R Goocb the jeweler also formerly of McKln nay who was a irequent contributor to theso columns Dr Taylor formerly andaformer lOng of Casey Is doing well at Burn sldo The writer was In Durnslde Wednesday In the interest of the Journal and to write up the recent flood for that ex cellent publication The Cumberland was higher Saturday night than since 1802 and the highest point registered elDco the establishment of the govern ment gauge at that place the gauge registering 07 feel and 10 Inches above high water mark The damage sut talned by the business men of Burn eldo Is great and will approximate 850 000 Tbo Kentucky Lumber Co are the greatest losers They lost between 0000 and 8000 logs Their loss la about 815000 Every business man below the high water mars lea loser more or less Water rose lo some of tbo bUll aDens houses on the list to a depth of from 40 to GO Inches J W Doland entire plant at Turkey Creek washed away Including several thousand ties Uti probable lose la between 83000 and 85000 Durnslde le a growing town and fa chuck full of business no less rhea 40 business houses industries manufacto rlcii etc Tho town has electric lights and supports a bank and newspaper The population le about 1000 lobeIpleasure of meeting H H Hennlnger exsheriff and prominent oil represen tatlvo of Wayne1 county and democratic candidate for State treasurer twiceaoal Will go to MontlcellQ in a taw days Success to that J atCHURCH MATTERS Mrs Cleo Drown united with the Christian church Sunday Rev D D Gray preached the dedi BaptistIYThe Rev J H Klein formerly pas tor of JSions Reformed Church Louli Is IIPresident Roosevelt has been Invited to address the great triennial Sunday school convention In Denver next June aTbo silver jublica of Pope Leo was celebrated in Baltimore Sunday Carr dinals Gibbons and Martlnolll olllolat ed Miss Elton M Stoco sailed from En gland for the United State where she will deliver lectures In aid of the mis losshRev I J Spencer of the Central Christian church a sermon on investmentcompanies In which ho urged those guilty of misap propriation of lands to make restitu tion Dr Dyron H Dement of Louisville U conducting a series of revival meet lags at the now Baptist church In Dan vlllo A number of additions have been received In the church and oth ere are expected Of the 478 ancient and modern trans latlons of the BIble 450 have been made by missionaries and the annual vireo lation In what aro known as mission field Is over 3250000 volumes largely parts but with nearly 05000 entire BI bier r = vj 1 = ll- Eiy Unless You iJove Moqey Ie uiAnd an inclination to needlessly waste m l it YQU should buy 1t j- i AN H S M SUIT m E ijj Of us this Spring The fabrics tailoring fit and style are as good as m 3 witch hfgberpriced merchant tailored tJmuch I HAVE THE SUIT READYE lJTo put OD at once and save some money on your tailors bill Drop nnaDdc 1 see us InI r IT PAYS TO TRADE AT li jTJiS GLOBE a CleaningPressing and Repairing tJl i i Your money back it joure not satisfied c T D mILLER Danville KU i L VrV 1 T1 rrT TrITT = ii I LADIES OXFORDS t Tho finest variety of stylus shown this season and all ladies who value com fort love beauty and appreciate economy are invited to inspect our styles Slu shapes all leathers atcl all styles for nil occasions A feast for the oyesyand a delight for the foot as well as a saving for the purse Come fu anti look over our line whether you want to buy or notr0 nreglad to show you I Cummins a McClary I Modern Drug DealingT- he elements that enter into perfect drug seryicc are we believe these Competency quality courtcousness and a fair profit policy We en deavor to give till these the fullest expression Vhile in some things there is legitimate need of varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not We handle one grade onlytho highestyct our prices are apt to be less than inferior are sold for 1 Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky fall reek Millsprings Oil Gas Co Incorporated Capital Stock 25000 Shares SIO Non Assessable Territory 3596 Acres OFFICERS Tbos Rankin President KyJKyFKyJMillsprings Ky Our territory U situated only a quarter of a mile from tho Rousseau or Morris Evans Well and In a lino between It and the Parnell Wells five miles to the south till on the river and pipe lino and consists of 350 acres owned in fee simple hence no rentals to pay Will sell a limited amount of stock to aid inrdovcloplng territory For informs lion prospjctus or stock address F M Rankin Seey DBNTRHL OIL CHAS mINING 00 Of Lexington Kentucky U N Loud treat Au Bablo Mich WII Clay VlcePrcs Lexington A P Goodlng Jr Gen Mgr Lexington Thos F Kelly Soc Treas Our holdings consist of about 5000 acres In Wayne county Ky about one and one half miles from the great Sunnybrook field about 0000 acres In Lincoln county Ky and GOO acres In Licking Valley in JUth county coseup to Ragland where wo have two producing wells the average of the territory In that locality We have started to drill in all three counties and expect to strike toll in every well We are still acquiring very valuable lands In addition to those already secured and lying In close proximity to the greatest developments in the stale A limited amount of the treasury stock will be sold at 5 a hare par value of eharesll0 each This stock will we confidently believe bo selllns for par in thirty 4djg j IHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON I e W P WALTON In Candidate for Riilroml Commlnlnnrr or h- I U Dlitrlct lubltcl to the will of the democrat H H HENNINGER Ol Wayne County li candidate for State Treu urer subject to the action of the Democratic Irt TUB Southern States ontaln more than onethird of the population of tbe r United States which causes the Atlan- tai Constitution to complain that out of 1 the eight members of the cabinet there r Is only one from the South out of nloe justices of the supreme court only two out of six ambassadors to foreign COun i tries only one out of 24 ministers plen ittpoteotlary only three only one dt le South to the PanAme 1gatei Congress and no Southern cnvov 9 to attend the coronation of King fd t ward The Constitution Insists tbat such palpable discrimination is a slur upon the Southern people and It Is When the time shall come for a polltI cal upheaval which shall recall tbe democratic party to the control of the Federal government the South will undoubtedly have Its revenge A JERSEY CITY pastor thinks be bas solved the problem of how to fill tba a pews and has reached the conclusion that a brass band may entice people to his church Bwill try It on Sunday evenings If a Iqng and tiresome dls course Is to follow the thing wont work and It It 1s to precede the crowd will wait till the band begins to play I Perhaps If the pastor would give his t flock something worth listening to and not take eo long to tell It he may be able to fill his church without the band accompaniment ASKED by the Courier Journal If he would be a candidate either for IrOV ernor or Congress Col Dan L Moore of Harrodsburg said While ppre elating the kind mention made of p- In the press and through other oban nets I must say that I am not a cane date for any office under the sun My only ambition Is to be a successful bus bees man and to properly provide for the old age that Is sure to come A BEAUTIFUL Easter gift was that of Mrs Anna T Webber of Nashville to that city It was In the form of property valued at 8150000 for a free tech nolocical Institute for the poor In can nection with a night school The rift was doubly valuable to Nashville aa It is without an Institution of this kind and as this manual and technical train lag will be enjoyed by a class which cm not have the privileges of a colle late education THE News apol trlzes for ita last edition which Is not up to the average b cauie of the flood at the exMagic City Readers of the News will kindly take their full dose boiler plate this week and be thankful that floods do not wash away metal as Salt or sugar or there might not even be patents to peruse TOE Lexington Democrat will give a prize to the most popular fireman or policeman In that city Concerning It the Democrat says No city has a finer set of policemen or a more faithful corps of firemen than Lexington and The Democrat will let the public de aide by ballot which among them II the most popular A DILL designed to stamp out anal chy has been signed by Gov Odell of New York It Imposes apenalty of not more than 10 years Imprisonment or more than 85000 fine or both on eons who advocate anarchistic doctrine by speech writing Or otherwise WASHINGTON reports state that Roosevelt wilts Hanna In his cabinet Not a kick will come from the democrats on the presidents selection POLITICAL The Senate passed the Indian appro prlatlon bill Gen Fitzhugb Lee says he is not a candidate for minister to Cuba Arthur R Rood republican candi- datei for mayor of Grand Rapids Mich Is dead T B Spalding defeated B J Lancaster in the democratic primary for clr cult clerk In Marlon The Goebel Monument CommissIon meets periodically counts the cash on hand adjourns but orders no monu imoat Why Is this Owensboro Mes soc er The theft of the Farris registration r bill Is an evidence of improved condl done In the republican party in Ken tucky Three years ago Mr FarrIs himself would have been assassinated Cynthlana Democrat i Representative Moss has discovered that bU predecessor Mr Rhea hast had shipped to Russellyllle 43250 pounds of public documents and 0wall maps thus exhausting the quota allow f1cdby the government to the Third district Senator Deboe Is quoted as saying that be has received from democrats as well as republicans requests to make the gubernatorial race In Kentucky next year Doubtless every one of the 250003 Kentucky democrats is in favor of his doing to What a huge and soft pudding ho would make Jou isvllle Times The Senate acd house adopted tho conference report on the War Revenuo bill which now goes to the president A district convention to nominate a c indldato for judge of the court of ape peals In the Second was ordered to bo held In Russellvlllo May 27 The coun ty massconventions will bo held May 17 Democrats of every description are Invited to take part regardless of past affiliations THIS AND THAT The grand jury at Frankfort Is Invee tlgatlog tbo beft of the Farris bill A gray eagle measuring six feet six Inches from tip to tip was killed ne r RichmondA In a 300 foot tunnel at Butte Mont threatens the destruction of many dwellings Tho small pox patients have all recovered and the guards have been reo moved Advocate Michael J Bennett a Chicago turf man was held up and robbed by masked men at Memphis C E Coxe a promoter of zinc prop erties committed suicide at Knoxville by cutting his throat Thirty persona were driven into the streets by a fire which destroyed a block of buildings at Chicago The liquor traffic was generally SUI pended In New York Sunday It WBI the dryest Sunday In five years One passenger was killed and five others were Injured In a wreck on tbe Grand Trunk railroad in Michigan Henry V Lucas whose father left him 82000000 was relieved of 110000 worth debts by the bankruptcy court In ChicagoDirectors of the L N railroad jlded to Increase the capital stock by 55000000 the money to be spent In 1m provemcnti A man carrying a revolver approach id President Loubets carriage in Par II Sunday and cried I demand jus Ice I He was arrested The National Commercial Travelei Vssoclatlon was organized at Sioux Palls S D Eight States are represented In the organization Dean Baker P Lee of Lexlngto vlll deliver the address to the gruilui ng class of Beaumont College Bar odsburg on the 23th of May Dr Agnew a colored physician w- Ield over at Danville to the Federal Court at Frankfort for sending a orlm cal prescription through the malls The accident at the football game In jlaagow has resulted In 21 deaths and everal more are expected The Injured number 250 many of whom had to- be taken to Infirmaries Ras Makonnen the Abyssinian Ilen sral whose soldiers routed the ltallanB at Adowa killing from 5000 to 10000 of them will represent Abyssinia at King Edwards coronation Tne exports of American farm products in 1001 amounted to 805200000 the largest In history The Imports of similar products amounted to 8302001 100 a decrease of 923000000 since 000 At the recent engagement in tDo elgbborbood of Harts river the Brl Isb lost three officers and 24 men killed and 16 officers and 131 men wounded lDe Boers lost 137 men killed and oundedMrs Kate Matson of Cleves 0 whode funeral took place Friday la- said to have been the largest woman In Obio She weighed 485 pounds Tho- comn bad to be taken out through a endow A meeting of the Chamber of Commerce has been called at Lexington night for the purpose of securln contributions to a popular eubscrlptlo for a Kentucky exhibit at the St Louis position Guy Durrell the actor who dlapp- eared Just before the time set for marrying a young woman of Salem Maas ia In Kentucky He Is with a comedy company billed to appear a anvlllo this week There has been no attack on the Negroes at Lawton Okla but officers- foal trouble and 100 extra deputies havo been sworn In The governor savs- he will take extreme measures If nee euary to thwart lawlessness The Prince of Wales Is reported to- havo accepted an Invitation of tbe- New York Chamber of Commerce to- visit the United States as Its guest at- tbe time of the dedication of its new- home which will be In October A charter was filed in Knoxvllle In rporatln the Knoxvllle Lafollette and Harriman railroad with a capital Izatlon of 81000000 The proposed road- wlllilivo the L N railroad a direct route from Louisville to Atlanta Ine engagement of Mr George Ed- ar Deyerle of Roanoke Va and Alle- sAnna Laura Johnstonc daughter of- Mr and Mrs D S Jobnstone of Dan- vllle has been announced The mar- gerla will occur April 23 Advocate In an attempt to arrest William Reynolds a Negro two men wore killed- Rnd three others wore fatally wounded at Ttiscumbla Ala Several others were wounded Troops took part In the fighi and after three buildings had been fired tbe Negro was killed The collapse of a grandstand during a ootball game between English and Scottish teams In Glasgow Scotland resulted In three persons being killed- Bnd In over 100 being injured Wben- he game began there were 70000 IpPe- tators on the ground and an Immense trowd was on the outside LAND STOCK CROPS ETC FOR SALETwo fresh cows L L Doty Stanford Isaac Hamilton sold to J T Embry 18 103pound shoals at file Joo Snow has bought and sold alargr lot of hogs lately at 5 to file W W Lyon sold a more for 250 and a Raiding for 1200 In Louisville J F Lunsford has moved to IIankla Boylo county whero bo has rented a farmNext Monday Is horse show day here Better begin advertising your stallion and Jack- J C Balloy refused 8375 for his fioe combined mare Mary In Loulsvl last week Lucien Lyne of Lexington will ride for John Drake and Enoch Wlsnard or Chicago for 0000 G R Wilkinson of Casey bought of J B Smith 80 sheep atlo 60 hogs at 5o and 10 cattle at 2 toUJc I WILL sell two stallions and one iack next county court day it not sold prl vately before John Cook J R S E H Beazley sold a vat trot mare In Louisville for 8315 and bought a baroness horse for 8380 W W Lyon sold a sorrel gelding In Louisville last week to Matt Cobc for 8600 who was offered 8100 profit In 20 minutes R L Murphy of Casey sold to D C Allen a lot of belters at 3jc a bull at 3o and 10 100pound shoaU at5c He Bold to F P Combest a cow at Sn E Xelglcr the theatrical mana gee of Cincinnati bought of James n Clay Iroquois Stud the yearling Itay colt by Imp Esher dam War Mantlt- by St Martin for 80000 The richest purse of the year the Massachusetts 815000 Is for 212 clan rotters Hoses of that class will race for nearly 8100000 this season and tbero are many good ones to make the cffor A E Hundley sold to Col Jack Cblnn his unbeaten gray walking mart Katie for 825tf O P Huffman bpugl a bunch of 1400 pound cattle this week of R T Burton of Garrardat 4eM potato President Stuyve ant Fish and other itflolala of the Illinois Central railroad In conjunction with Eastern capitalist lave purchased 10062 acres of land In JUslsslppI where they will develop an mmenso cotton plantation Albert Decorneau of New York has aught of P W Hay the noted gold ng Kentucky Colonel said toboth highest actor in the country The geld ing will make the campaign of hors bows The price was 82000 Sanders FoC Co of Madison sol to a Cincinnati firm 600 cattle they bad been slopping at the Mueller Watbe L Robert distillery The price paid was Sic and the deal Is said to aggre gato between 840000 and 850000 H C Mock formerly owner of tbo- od Mock distillery In Boyle sold to V H Thomas Son Co of LouIs rule the last of the famous brand of Old Mock The amount was 300 Carrels It Is now In Hamburg and rill be reehlpped to this country to be egauged and sold M J Farrls bought of Combesl I lien of Huitonvllle 55 feeders aver ng 700 pounds at 41c Jarret T Mock of Danville and Joe II Jordan of Atlanta have formed a partnership lor laodllog high class horses anti have shipped a car load of 40 of as handsome nlmals as It has been our pleasure to seo News COULD FILL TilE PAPER WITS THEM Till paper might bo filled with Items like the following and everyone be the solute truth I had rheumatism foi years and tried almost everything but got- no permanent relief until I used Cham urUtns Pain helm three bottles ol whIch have cured me It is the best med Iclno I ever used Philip E RhoadsPenn Tille Mo Pain Balm is for sale by Craii Hooker druggists McKINNEY Miss Salllo Tlllet will bo In McKIn ney next Saturday 12th with a full- line of millinery on display at the Tanner storeroom A liberal patronage it solicited Judge Parker of Lexington has ordered a special grand jurY to look Into- tbe investment concerns doing business tbero NOTICE entral Fire Insurance Compy LEXINGTON KY Ml having claims the Cen trl1111lro Insurance Company of Lexington ntucky are hereby that an order- bas been entered In the Circuit Court directing that all claims be presented to and pled with me the Hecelver of Oompany on or beforo the 15th d of May 1002 0 C OALUbUN- Receiver Central Fire Insurance Co PRESTON 922Vol 11 Solid bay black points 15 J4 hands hlghfino style Sired by Washington 51- Vathlngton 51 was sired by Cornwall ho by Washington Denmark ho by Qalne lJeomark he by race hove Denmark Ilrst- dam by Holcorn Id dam by Crusader Id- dam by Cockspur 1revton let dam Jlelle lay Ithoderlck lot 2d dam by Denmark lelle the dam of Preston was a noted- ahow maru It U needleae to commend him al he Is one of the lined show horses In Iuntuekv Ills eons are coming to tin froot- aod bringing itartllne prices Preston won 11000 Suddlo Stake at Itlebinond aod- many S more rich oneii reston wl1lleno mares at 810 to Insure Hvlug colt Will keep mates on grass at 12 u monthW Burton Lancaster Ky i tl A Great Dollar SKirtI- fyou decide to exchange a dollar i for one of these Sorosls Pent mate youll get the greatest skirt o value that your money tvrr bought i In the ant place the material Is of better quality than yon coud t ytitercttr expect In a skirt at thlj figure And then It h elegantly trimmed with a very deep floooc and seat nrfHe Pro PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Hut the polat about garment isr butfway that made tcalm hi tbur are Du i pier fjr thj CuM- to bide Every 1It i I I h nrstly and ccnckti t ly taki n arJ j r he tHithiToa eels rents T btke rtekc or tfHt ft Ie a prVonly ft0 jkXaBU i Hans Lcuu f A 8 and Mll f nee a4 s Oaeov YcRobar1aDruC toLb s Owl1y fending Painting Repairing I am prepared to pAInt and repaIr your buggy carriage or wagon In art rlac eiyle Experienced mea to do It and work guaranteed can have your old rehlrle mad new for very little money J II UKRR1L Stanford Kj He C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of BRICKTAnd Lime Cement c o Write For Prices EAZLEY HAYST- TITDEBTASEBS ILIODKAtlKllB VnrnilturcMattingaRagrAnd They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY EXECUTORS SALE A Splendid Farm in Lincoln County am- a Business louse Other Desirable Property in Stanford AI Executor of the last will and Costa moot of John 8 Murphy 8r deceased wi will at tho front door of the Court House In Stanford o- nSaturday May 10th 19O2 sell at public auction to the highest bfddc these parceli of real estate which belong tc the estate of testator towlt 1 Tho butluoM house nod lot on the southeast corner of Slain and Laneuttei utrcoU In Stanford which Is now oocuplct by John Height Jr Co S The tract of about 40 nerO of land situate In thoouthweetern part of Stanford 3 Tho farm of about 260 aoros of excel lent land situate about aK mllus from Stan ford on the Huitonvllle pike Title farm will lint bo offered In two parcels one of about 180 acres being that part on tho north side of the pike the other of about SO acrOB on tho south side of the pike Than ho farm will be offered III a whole and tho Quit bId In the aggregate accepted I A parcel of about 350 acres of knob and near Highland Terms of Sale One fourth cash remalnd IT In one and two years with Interest from late secured by retained Tho ur linear to get the proporllonato rents from lay of sale and full pouasslon Jan 1 1003 urchaerofthe160acre tract on the iortli aide of tho pike I to asiumo tho piiy nent to Sire Mary J Murphy of tho cum of 100gerlFor j e eSSS I S i iI wSi isS tIe1eeaN a j1 ttf t 1 SPECIALS i at the Grand Leader t i for this weekS i I valtiOB iu Ladies Skirt front GOo 1SpCQinl lino wide Haniliurp IvdgingB nntl i f just in worth 15 cents special IInEQrtlng this week 9o n yard Girtllo Corsets worth 76o Ill to INow lino India Lilians special pneoa IOaithis week Wo eli the gimrantoed DutoliOM from sum to aG Sco our line I Ladies Street lints worth 8160 epcoial t fprice for this week 89ea I GRAND LEADER uaaa snlcuuMare jp t 1 AUCTION SALE r At The Racket Store Friday Sat urday and Monday April 111 12 14 at 1030 each day ofIThis will bo one of tho largest auction solos seasonable merchandise ever hold in Stanford Tho stock will bo sold to tho highest bidder without limit or rosorvo Will also soil houso mullotcgood milch cow and spring wagon t THE RACKET STORESTANFORD KENfUCKY iiiW H MUELLER J- I THE JEWELERj 30 years experience at the bench k J W McROBERTS DRUGGIST Wall Paper Fishing Tackle Paints and Oils OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY CLOSING OUT I have decided to quit the goods business mHltImvo advertised my store ior sale The read ers of this paper know tho kind and quality of tho goods I handle mid while Inm waiting 1 for the purchaser of this stock of goods you Imvo an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only t JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE one cu ci sec our ftanclsoma line of fI5as0 feml t o1a I fi1eJ in Postoilico Building on MAIN I Mrs Garland Singleton fTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Ant 8 10Q2 1 In tilling your prescriptions wo uso tho right medicines Inabocxact propor tions and wltb proper caro Wo nov do better If yon paid us double tbo price which Is always reasonable Pent nyg Drug Storo a PERSlC D OWENS U In Louisville DK U A JON KB was at Liberty Sun day ACOjiGiN8liUHO wont to Lexington Sunday DR W N OIIAIQ WILl In LouisvilleI yesterday I O K COX U nislstlnj In John P Jones tore JON It 0 VARKBN spent yesterday at Richmond AV 8B Ev1 LYN OOOUB Is visiting In Crob Orchard t Miss VIRGINIA BODRNU has been slcjc for 10voralllal- ALlltlltT PENCK has returned to his school nlWlnchcsior JAMES C ENULKMAN of Louisville spent Sunday at home Mil AT KUNNELLKY the Texas drummer ls at homo for a few days COL W O WELCH and Ed Wilkin son are spending the week In Casey BOWKN VANAlisUAtKtho drummer spent Sunday with his homefolks hero Mils JoilsCoULTKU of McKlnncy took the train here or Nashville Friday L T SMITH has moved to Lebanon t Junction where be hopes to secure work MR AND MRS F P SANDIDOK o the West Rod were In town Saturday shopping MR D U HAMILTON of Louisville spent Sunday with his atbor Mr Isaac IIamlHon Misa SARA LYNN oame Un rem Somerset to attend the burial of hern grandmother t11Hl ClIKlBTINR IlRADLRY of lan r castor was here Saturday returning from Loa 1111 80- I MK J W STKIMIBNSOK lid family Of Lebanon JaotUon are visiting rela caves uear May wood ULLIK M UCMHLK a otever jroung man of this county left Saturday lor Peoria III to reside Du It OOLDSTKIN the opilolan II at the St Asapb today It you need I clones dont tail to see him Miss MANY ALIMIA TItAYLOR has returned home alter a pleasant visit t0 the family of U S Trayler Miss RAUIIBL ALLlSO has returnud to her home In Georgetown alter visit Ing her sister Mr Mary Uuroh AL II SEVKRAXCR now Jessamine county tiller of the toll spent Sunday with his mother and brother here Miss STRLLA MOCLARY Is up fllOm Normal College at Bowling Omen with her mother who continues very III EDITOR ED S AUIUIOHT of the Mt Vernon Signal was here Friday en routs to Hlohroond to join the Elk ATTOItNEY GBNL lUtECKisuiDaE of Frankfort and Judge O 1C MoDow ell of Danville wore here SaturdayJohn MR AND Mns J C G Lynn Jr of Danville attended the burial of their grandmother Sunday MESSRS WI TATE It B Maho ny J II Yeagcr and O L Dawci of Stanford were al Liberty yesterday JR K J BROWN returned Saturday morning alter a months stay attending lecture in New York and Philadel phia MR AND MRS JAMES F CUMMINS spent Sunday with Mrs Dr J D Pa I toe who is very 111 at her homo at Crab Orchard MESDAMBS J E FARRIS and George C Keller Jr of Danville woro here Saturday Their husbands also came over to voteI co MR AND MRS GEO S SHELIIV of Ponca City O T are hero with rot tive and friends Mr S Is dellghtc- with the West MR AND MRS MARK HARDIN and Mrs J M Alvorson wont to Loxint to yesterday to see Joe Jefferson in Th Rivals night n G BRlDOEWArER left Moroland Sunday night for Long View Ala where ho has accepted a position in th store of J B Adams WEAREN HUGHES who has been homo several weeks on account of sin nose returned to Indianapolis ycitcr day to the dental college MUSDAMES T J ROUINSON and George D Robinson of Oustonvlllo i woro boro Saturday returning from a visit to Lancaster relatives MR R ROIHNSON who has been with the Racket Storo hero for years went to Somerset Saturday to take a with Lovllon Drol MARY WARREN widow of th 1MUS Warron Is dangoroueouslr pneumonia A C Martin of Lin coln county his daughter MIlo Muo on a short vacation from George town College were visiting his sons Ernest and WoILorSomereotJourna- MR R G BRIGHT of Bloomlrigton Is visiting tits brother H n Brightruchase some boreeeIgMro S Watts has been ill MrssWatta has also been lok for several dayI Mr I Thomas McRoberts Is reported 111 Advocate LOCALS ThdredaJohn p 4 TUB Grand Leader storo building has been greatly Improved by paint r ++++++t+++++ STRUCK OIL The Central Oil Gas R Mining Co composed of Lexington sad Detroit capitalize struck a good flow of oil on Sherlff M S Baughman term yesterday afternoon at a doped of 020 feet There is every Indication that oil In paying quantities can bo found and a gusher Is hourly expected Mr A P Goodlng general manager of the company arrived lost night do lighted with the situation and ordered that tho drilling ho continued The Central Oil Gee fc Mining Co has considerable land leased in Lincoln county and more leases will be secured at once Doth Messrs Uoodlng and Baugbman think that the above com poop should be given tbo preference In IcatcH an It brought about tho fact that this Is oil territory It Is but natural that Sheriff Baughman eels pretty good this morning over bis prospects oftbecoming a very rich man Ho has oil lands boyond doubt and hojsan sot his price and sell his arm today If bo chooses 011 In abundance at 020 feet beats Wayne county aqd rivals some of the famous wells of Knox Experts estimate that the How lu tbo Baughman well will amount to 12 bar tale a day at present TilE Buffalo 011 Co has lease surrounding Sheriff M S Baughmans farm whore oil was struck yesterday afternoon They will sink a well a ooae i + PURE Red Cap Bggs at II per lot ting Mr L M Westorfioldit highestIT Molt rent or tale the house by K C Walton Good stable as garden Apply at this oWJoe ANDRHfiON CAlm II enlarging the bVJohnWATCH the Uokot Store spaas thl I IbarpPrldyaa4l4 r UNLESS our wake are returned or paid for at OHM our collector will call on you at onoe for same J fl Baugh man ft Co I AM now agent tor the Frank Fehr Drawing Co and will deliver beer to RppllcatlonC TUB Crab Orobard fair la a certain ty and we are going to have a cracker wbolwalMulllo school will glveau entertain ment at Saulley next Friday night when an Interesting program will bo rendered Admission tree everybody InvitedPAItirERSenator Hd Parker of London candidate for Congress In tbo llth district was hero Sunday en routo yeLordavSenator19 counties of bit dlktrlot and Is wet satlstlcd with tbo situation Ho colas L J reporter that during a single week bo visited 1100 homes in Leslie and Cloy talked with over lfiOO voter and made lour speeches Mr Parker phas ae competitors Congressman Born lag and ExCongressman Colson and primary will bo hold Aug 4 It wl cost Tulip 83000 to hold the primary LYNNMee Sarah Lynn relict of Craig Lynn died Saturday morning at 10 oclock of auto bronchitis aged 741 eerdLynn of this county and was a moat excellent Christian woman Baptleet lowlyNazarenetied a fitting funeral service at her lato homo Sunday afternoon after which all motelkor e loved husband who had preceded her somo 14 years Much sympathy Is felt tor the sorrowing sons daughter and brother who had boon spared a mother and sister so long BOND ISSUE DEFEATED Fortunate ly far those who did not favor the lest orevct o to win Tho voto at the election Saturday stood 144 for lea u Ing the bonds to 93 against so It will bo soon that tho antl bad considera by the best of ado election It was probably the hottest election over hold groutGd curred during tbo day but there was only ono fight which did not amount to muoh The bond aide had double rigs the best In town to tako tbo voter to and from the polls while those opposed to the proPoilltlon wero also provided with vehicles for that purpose Wo Stanfordother election BY all means attend Joncsopenlng Cowsto pasture MrsD W Vandeveerf WILL LOVELACE was Bnod AIo and cost for disorderly sonduct by Judge Carson DONT fall to attend the auction at the Racket Store Keep your eye on their ipaco I I WILL cashfor thickens and egg Call and leo mo at the old Turkey House L 0 Oxloy 4t TilE Warren Chapter of the U D C will meet with Mrs J W Alcorn Wednesday afternoon April Oi at oclock A full attondanco Is re quested PLEASB remember our terms are cash and those who have asked us to ticket them for a low doge will please call and settle and greatly oblige J H Baugbman Co MAD Dou KtLLJameeT Jones he tlnner shot and killed a dog yes terday afternoon supposed to have had hydrophobia while chasing ono of his little children In his yard IT gives uio pleasure to announce that we have arranged for a reception on Thursday April 10th for the enter tainment of our friends and customers and tbo displaying of our spring stock All aro cordially Invited between the hours of 2 and 0 111 John P Jones GREEN BRIER SPRINGS SOLDMre E B Cbenault who has owned Green liner Springs for a number of years IennEt thatIARNOLD Peter Arnold a German aged 96 while driving a wagon on tbo road scar Oltonhelm tho other dsy was thrown from the wagon receiving Injuries from which bodied afterwards Do was a hardworking German nod wbtadb TUB quarterly sessionofthe Central Kentucky Medloal Association will convene at Danville Thursday Aprt- 17th 1 at 1030 A M the discussion o The Treatment Tuberculosis will be opened by Dr Henry M Pitman of Parkivllle and the report on the Progress of Materla Medloa and Ther apotuloi will be read by Dr Borlio Carpenter of Uitstonvlllo THE Barbourvlllo News has this to say about two Lincoln county gentlemen who are deeply Interested In tbo oil business in Knox Harvay Helm and James Frye of the Butebins Oil Co operating at Baileys Switch are In tbo county this woelc Contractor Henderson who le sinking the well fo idle company le down about 1000 too He struck a good showing of oil at 225 feet which would have mado a goo d shallow well but this was cased oR and the company Is determined to go to tbo Big Ingun sand If oil In paying quanti ties Is not sooner struck These gen domes are very confident of tbo favor able outcome of this wall and propose to put down others as soon after the completion of this ono as practicable They have about 600 carne of land In this county which Is advantageously theoGardLick the busiest kind of a llttlo city but wo favor letting It remain wbero It 1 e However if Paint Lick continues to grow and Lancaster dose not get a movo on herself the former placo may sizeII chants soil more goods than any small town storekeepers they know of There aro a half dozen sterna there and it It a taro thing that tboy aro not crowded NeS Fish ft Co R L Jennings Samuel Jennings and A B Estrldgo aro some of the merchants of Paint Lick and they are all butter A Dueler Eoglo man well and favorably known here Iii the mina host of town and a good ono bo is Bo Is as genial as can bo and his excellent wife knows as well as anybody how to prepare a good meal so they make a strong team The dig mill Is under the management of Mr J V Logan a Qno gentleman and bo Is make ing It n good thing from a financial standpoint Two livery stables do a thriving business In Paint Lick while A B Ely Son conduct a big black smith and carriage shop The Peoples Bank Is an Institution of which everybody IB proud Although oDly a year old It U making money leaf wltb big deposits and loans Tbo bridge over Paint Lick Creole has at last been corn plated and the annoyance of fording that creek which frequently gore on a tear 1s K thing of the poet Tbo creek Is tbo dividing lino ctweon Garrard and Madison and each of the counties paid 1400 on the structure A pleas lag entertainment wee given In Mason ic Hall Friday evening byipuplla of Se crest College Kirksvllle assisted by Paint Llok talent Standing room was abovo par and the program was enjoy able teem start to tinted A portion of the proceeds went to the Knights of Pythias lodgo there which by tbo way la in a flourishing condition Tho Mao cabees Masons and A O U W viz alto have good lodges at Paint Lick SPRING opening Thursday 2 to 9 J P Jones AN eagle killed three lambs for Mr Jesso P Rlffe of the West End Sunday TilE mercury stood at 27 at 5 this morning and a light show covers the earth obankruptcyfcent on the dollar TilE best bargain have ever bad now appear In our window See It George H Farrls S Co JOHN P JONESbaaissuedinvitations to his spring opening which will take placo Thursday at 2 p M and continue until 0 oclock Do will bavo some beautiful now things to show the Ia dies who aro most cordially IDvltedI SOLD OUT Jacob Glnsbur has sold bis Racket Storo hero to Rosensteln Bros of Frankfort and will locate at Cincinnati The Racket Store will hold an auction solo Friday Saturday and Monday WIIILE In Casey yesterday the INTERIOR JOURNAL secured Attorney Charles MontgomeJy as Its correspond ent at Liberty Dr W T Murphy at Powers and Fred Durham at Middle burg There will be no leak of Casey new nowtLlUERTY Circuit Court with an average docket begun at Liberty yes terday A big crowd was on hand and business generally was brisk The morning was taken up wltb Instructing the grand jury and tbo trial of a sum her of minor cases and the afternoon with a speech by Senator Ed Parker candidate for Congress Ttfo horse show was the sllmert In years HU6TONVILLB U C Carpenter is ill Miss Mollie Hopper has retort ed to Miss Kmrnereonn school scar Boa ton J W Allen is in Casey buying Oittle and hogs C B Reid spent Sun day at bums James Frs 11810 Judge and Mrs W M Myers are In Casey Dr It A Jones of Stanford was here Sunday Robert Wood and Winfred Portman of Stanford were horn Dann ville aro with their brothers and sister barn Wink A loom andwife of Greensburg will arrive this week to visit relatives Mr Jobn Dlnwlddle and wile are dank from Oklahoma G K Alford Is about well again Drye ti Co boucbt a tine horse In Louisville but did not sell any The only gem wnlcb cannot be ImlI rates is tbe opal Ita delicate tints can not be simulated TilE fiRSTBORN sor ittself As child follows child the mother has less anti less vitality often not enough for herself and none therefore for her child- Bxnectant mothers who use Doctor Ilerces Favorite Prescription find that it keeps them in vigor ous health Theyeat well sleep are not nervous When baby comes its advent is practically painless the mother is made hap py by the birth ofIi healthy child If you wo be a healthy mother of healthy children usen Favor ite Prescription I will be very glad to soy a few word for Dr PrescriptlODDouglas of Mansonvllle Drone Co Quebec Dur tog the months when I looked forward to becoming a mother I set fered very much from nau sea vomiting and I fell toO J could I scarcely eat or drink thing I hated an kinds Iwrote told me to et bit favorite Prescription and a bottle of Golden Medical Discovery I tOt a bottle of each and when I had taken them a few days I felt much I had taken hardly three parts of eachbottle J felt well and could eat as well as I any one and could do m work without any trouble t could not do anything before I feet very thankful to Dr Pierce for his medicine I tell all who tell me they are sick to get these medicines or write to Dr Pierce Those who suffer from chronic diseases are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence strictly private Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure bil iousness and sick headache For Sale Pure tarred Plymouth Hook Kgg for tale at fI for 19 Unrofullv selected safely packed From finest breed of stock Mrs J Jr Paint Lick Ky DEALT MAKERS k f Dont yaytwoertrs rolllawhmfoubayIearrIcH and hameee lkal with the tactoty our wholesalentee One system otelllnsfUlrtet to customers u saving tnoaaiuidi of dollars to carrlag boyars In every corner of the We quote tbe same r tw to Cbal we would give tbe largest whokealeJohlerandw- eonerrouanauortmsnttoehoosnfrominch u no otber drain can show Wltb every porches vehlctetoSalle two Profitsfor on on harness and other hone O Illustrstrdaaloguelnwhkhwedeeerlbe I WA made our factory famous lor their high grade DootV1 ylhave 1 THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE d HARNESS CO 772NoInW Wof41l1tndeotrp UOSblplDC2lG L CARPENTER W G WITHERS Have you seen our 20th Ceqtury Lace Curtails 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 Withers Furniture Co QUALITY AND PRICETwo most interesting points See and examine our line before buying BarbedWireClover and Timothy Seed Stoves Ranges Hardware Groceries Full stock in all departments Fresh fruit every week Bring us your produce Phone orders given prompt attention and immediate delivbryt JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Corner Opera House Block QfTicks Garden Seeds art the best on the market a iJflTte Boys 4la plrofof tomorrow Teach thorn the im e puy e with every purchase now This is always done if you buy the ta famous boys clothingbetfI cause the tailoring is perfect the styles prettyi+ Q und they arc worth the money you pay for them + f Sold in Stanford only byede It H J MCROBERTSI pb j t9 e tMaybae pfb a ka gel qs fi kae lea gyke N s w at nttJtr + N 4 + v K il bJ fiJ t Ilhjf tfH rt1Ii Q mQf1lfJ IQuality is never sacrificed to price ills I Zeigler Bros Fine ShoesLa- dies r 1 I I who want shoes that look well feel well and wear well should not be satisfied with anything short of Zciglers and Slippers mShoese onefitrnp twostrop and threestrap Slippers Southern Tics Oxford Colonial Tsfor LuUnnd children i fij Now Dry Goods Notions and Ladies ReadytoWear Goods coming in every day Come in and see theiir Severance Sons New Store 1 EBr irJ r1ont TPaaataerot ills They temporarily 11cure constipation by agitating the bowels but regular action canrtut be secured until the liver I secretes enough bile to make the Intestines aexecute natural functions S Unnatural agitation caused bycathartics continual ana Increasing doses to attain the results tvmpeJSI acts on thet liver cures Chills e and Fever and every form of Alalarlal Bilious Remitting and nterI iltting Fevers and by going to the seat of the J trouble works cure I FlrTyclINTS PER COTTLE 1i lrT JNTFH1ORJOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford as clati matttrI bUahcU aniS Fsid7wa- y frwPER YEAR CASH I Whsn not sopstd 300 will be chsrzwl tlUKNOXVILLE DIVISION going North HSSam NoM s 2A1Qn 25If South 12SJiro tlNo I l52pm it For tit Tolau It r KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION I No 4 IfiTcs SUnford LlUmNo SsrrhrfsstStsnlonl lll1mt- G No 21 IfSTes BUnford at 230pm i R A JONES DENTIST p Stanford Ky Office over Iliggin A McKlnnoys Store Telephone No IS McKinney Roller Mills J Be McKINNEY Prop MoKixmoy KyT Make and keep constantly on band the best of Flour Steal ShlpstutT Bran Chick en Feed Sc Prices very reasonable Ons tom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy BROWN 8 BROWN AttornoysatLaw Office in Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY rwin practice In all the State Courts also In United States and Bankruptcy Courts Collections madu and promptly remitted G COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland this winter and continue In the coal business I am bettor prepared than over to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patron age I handle the best grades of Jelllco coal T L SHELTON Rowland Ky MONUMENTSPruEZIN Whlta Kraosais to fOUP In the monument business what tile Improved drophead sew- Ing machine U to the old hand method or the palace car Is to the old stiigo coach It Is the advanced thought of the age It Is indestructible and will perpetuate the re cords and resting place of sour ones It Is very beautiful with a frosted sliver ap pearance Ileaso hold your order until you can Investigate I- t1c McWliorter Agt ORABiORntURD KY JC MccbAirxF f TODEBTAEEREMRAI And Dealear InI SADDLERY CII JlIA1NES Ky GOLDSTEII1i J I SU AsapU HolcliStanfora j XONDAYI m tblOne Day Only Now Is the time Dont nejlcct your best friend your eyrie and t1 ueseientlfra11y adJusted ont neglect your children a eyes t Office boors 9 a m to 5 p m 1 Rain sodsw hue no effect haunts treat with Eureka 1- 1Deli tilL It fun Ihe kttptlhelrath cr tuft and plio able Siidtdo not bunk No rough surface to chafe Thehar l onl1 0- looUDr lien but weir twice loncby lb- eueofEuk IIarnes Oil 6 J 1 Sold fteserywbersIs allollMdeby Standard Oil- Company J sea4itA tiINeS Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING OF 1002 Fruit and ornamental trees grape vine asparagus small fruits and everything for lawn and gardeu We have no agents but sell direct to planter II F UILLENMEYER Lexington Ky FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and Mules constantly on hand an4 for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Sheriffs Sale for Taxes County Court Day Monday April HII 21 Betwuen the hours of 0 a m and 4 p n- at the court house door in Stanford Lln coin county Kyl will expose to tllo highest bidder for cash in hand to pay the State and county taxes for the yean shown opposite the names the following property or DO much thereof as may bo to pay said taxes This list will be publlsbedonce a week for four week and the names soon as the tax and cost are pailCost of adre Using 3160 Stanford White Brady James D N R 20 acres 6 7 0 Rrummett Rebecca II acres 2 25 Daugherty W I 43 acted 3 20 Ends U T 10001 45 acres 8 00 Elmore 3D 1 town lot 3110 Mocker Charles cord 15 acres 2 oe Isotn John 20 acres 2 85 Lav E W 31 acres 3 33 SchotTer Widow 25 acres 2 eAnthony Ilieni 1 acre 1 iii Hood Jim 40 serfi 1 73 KIrkpatrick Kate 23 acre 1 74 W L 31 seres 2 l Manuel Tom 9 acres 1 tlJ Hocktr Anderson 1 town lot 205 Uwiler Dm 3 sere 2 05 tiiDJIdn John 1 airs 2 1 Steward lures 2 II StanfordColored- Carr Anderson 3 houses sit lots 12 13 Christopher Albert H acre 2 111 Oood wolford 1 acre 3 60 Uaydon Tim 1 note 2 711 Lackey wm house lot 4 U Lackey wm sr hcuse lot 1 80 Logan Jim 1 acre 2 6- Logan Jim 12 acres 2 21 Sandidge John 1 acre 2 11 Simpson Kilns 3 acres 3 111 Sims Thos 47 aqrea 3 U Wade Olddle house lot 3 CiO HustonvilleWhlte Aldrich Mrs EL 110 acres 29 30 Bailey IJI 2 acres 1 110 Carpenter George 4U acres 2 17 Estus E W 20 acres 1 15 Uooch Aden 150 acres 2 48 Miller August 76 acres OG Martin John col 60 acres 2 70 laxer U B 13 acres 2 06 Martin J G 76 acres 3 07 Spisler Mike 63 acres 4 45 StatunJ G W 68 acres 6 19 Williams John 300 acres 8 41 Yocum J D 43 acres 2 70 Yocum JII 20 acres 12 12- McWhorter J W 70 acres 2 42- JeOriet J F 40 acres 2 7b lialoiJN IS acres I j6 IllnJJf 20 ere I 90 Kemner lUwarJ 81 urn 2 M Morgan W M 18 urn 44i Wllford IB IiCum 571- Leasure Will CO urea 2 17 Lawrence Jtiun 40 seres 211 ustonvtlleColored Bailey Charles i aero 2 37 blain John 1 lot 2 bi Capps J W 1 lot 2 SO Cooper Dick 1 lot 2 12 Dale Lewis 3 acres 2 17 Dudie indley110t 2 6S1 Deatbridge Howard acres 2 17 Dryo William Hot 3 OC Kcrrell Ben 6 acres 2 48 Owens Anderson 20 acres 8 2S Johnson Henry CO acres 7 86 vicUormack Sam 3 acres 2 76 Newman Patton 2 acres L 05 5 acres 2 17 171WolcbLloyd Joe town Crab Orchard White Delaney Mrs Kate 50 acres I 80 enney Balllnger 20 acres 2 OS Denney Joe 30 acres 2 III Foley Hornett 38 acres 8 65 Haggard heirs 40 acres 140 lobiusoit Richard N R 4 acres 3 45 Rogers John 30 acres 1 95 R A t4 acres 2 Sf Smith J L 18 acres 180 Thompson Richard 6 acres 1 15- Smhb Sirs SI 100 acre 1 IS grab Orchard Colored lIaYlI 0 acres 2 75 ftlllaius AIfe1iurn 718 Wajrnesburn urton8 B seres- Mscrrs 513 heel lieu V H YS urleconJeu Ii seres a 80 niter Joseph to acres 2 40 IIryrd JOtepb CO seres 5 S3 lIre O liT seres II On Unt Sun 1 house and lot 2 SO- CO oochH II acres 3 10 Oooth J M IB urn 4 M inioo J W 123 serfs v 3 M lards J Co 80 acres 2 47 Co 70 seres 3 2- tIoseJ8 100 seres 1188 J ilsDilc W M CO sens 225 lirten KUel 2U scree 2 10 cKlnn hn 30 seres 230- leKlnneyJM Sucre 215- lo11nITIL CO acres 275 bedidnPetre11H C CO acres 2 43 W ISO acres 8 vu Singleton Wm fit acres 4 39 udduth HO W era 215 TuwberlealonlThow 100 acres 3 43 Jo 116 ores II 98 relrey IudDJi M urn 1 18 urn 1ennl niton 53 acres 1 21 01 r hencdlauer 123 acre 148 imams W II 23 acres 2 00 Any taxpayer holding receipt lor 190Isnd whose tame It found herein will please call at mjr olHee on or before the day of this sale bringing receipt- snd matter will be satlifictorll j adjusted S M OWENS Sheriff I PLEASURE Tie tweet to sIt In peaceful ease When howling blizzard blow And watch the tolling man I outside Aebovfillofj the snow Tie sweet In gentle Spring to stand Or Idly lost around And watch the man who lames his back A epadlng up the ground Tis sweet In Summer tlmo to swing Within tho hammocks net And watch the chap who mows tho lawn His brow all damp with perspiration TIs sweet again when aututnncomci 0 yes It docs you Rood To watch the hired man at work Aeawlog up the woody In fact tis sweet at any time If you are prono to shirk To rod id elothful ease and watch Some other fellow work The children of tbo Almos a peopl living In Northern Japan do not roo colvo their names until they aro fivo years old It Is the father who then chooses the name by which tbo child Is afterward calle- dTurnpike Road Districts Sections A Ameunt of Work Regular term Lincoln County Fiscal Court held April 3 1003 Hon Jas P Banes Judge presiding with tlio following Jut tiers of the present to wit Jas A Dudderar W D Wallin A Smith F ItComptonIt tho court that the turn lotfourtrlcte bo allotted to each of the magistrate for supervision and It Is further order kind quality and quantity of metal to be oars turn pubIlcatlonIn Stanford Ky and by prilled handbllli as well as the time when said metal shall be spread upon the turnpike or section thereof In condition to be measured by the toagU rate In whose district the turnpike or set tlon thereof Is located and when so mesa ured the amount thereof shall be certified by said magistrate to the Fiscal Court Itt its regular October and April terms In oast year and when by said court GO per cent of the value thereof shall be trot titled by said court to the Sheriff of Lincoln county for payiaenU the remaining 40 per cent of the contract shall be paid when the full amount of metal contracted for hall have been upon tho turnpike or sees tlon thereof as directed the magistral who will designate when and where ald metal shall be and the thickness thereofNo shall be spread before Sept I nor later than Jon 11093 sealed bids will be received by the court not later than 12 oclock noon standard tlmo April list 1008 and the work to ho done upon said turnpikes or sections there of awarded to the person making the lowest and best bid therefor court reserving the right to reject any or all bldl A rod of rock or gravel consist of 325 cubic feet The rock must be broken small enough to go through a twoInch ring The rock I to bo the best quality obtainable In the locality The clerk of this court is directed to hue printed of this order together with copies of turnpike districts sections and work to be done on the turnpike or section thereofThe ditching of the turnpike will be let at the same time and place but the bids for ditching must lie IOperato and not included to the bid for material The contract for the ditching will be made for the veer IC per cent of the work done to be pain at the regular October term and the residue at the April term ION It ditched bv plowing loose dlrtlo be removed from the ditches Dltcbei to be kept open during the year Tbo clerk Is dlfected to spread upon the order took of this court the turnpike roads by sections which are as follows towlt gMsrono DISTRICT Stanford and Lancaster pike SC 1 front Stanford to Wm Logans lane II rod rock See 2 from Wm Logans lane to Oarrard line 5 rods rock and 14 rods gravel Hush Branch pike Sec 1 from Stanford and Lancaster pike to Hawkins branch 12t rods rock Sec 3 from Hawkins branch to lubblo 12H rods rock Danville and Lancaster pike t rods rock and 10 rods Stanford and Danvllle piker Sec 1 from Stanford to Oeo Hoppers house 15 rods rock Sec 2 from Oeo house to Boyle county line 40 rods rock Knob Lick pike Soc 1 romSlanfordnndHnstonvllloplketoIlang log Fork creek 12S rod 2 from Hanging Fork creek to Danville and lustonvllle 1SX rods gravel Lincoln and Hoyle County pike 10 rod ravel Stanford and Mllledgovllle plkei Sec 1 from Stanford and Hustonvllle pike to Mc Sormacka church 5 rods rock and 5 rods travel Sec 2 from McCormack church 2X rods gravel raiB oariuao UISTKKT Cub Orchard sod Chippells flap 14k10 rah grnlO rodl ronc and Lancaster pike See 1 front O W EvsnetoCnbtlrchard19 rods roek See 2 from 01v Krans1 to CIrra 13 rods rock Stantord aod 1reseheriTlIIe pike Sec 1 from tsntord cod Crib Orehird pike ts W kersons rsncb 10 rods rock See 2 from llktnoni truth to Crab Orchard and Lancaster plkel nxli- SUDford rak sod Crab Orchard pits See A from irons house to H Plbugbmsns hoe red- Iock Sec from II D llin biiiins to llwiler1 ate 10 rods rock Sec 3 sum Iljwatsrs gale to 40 rots rock- StanfordaudOttenhdmpike See 1 from Stin ford and Somerset O Lynns 10 rods rock Sec 2 from J ll Lynn s house to Moore s locksmith shop 10 rods rock 8rc 3 Scorn lloone s ickfiulth shop to 10 rods gravel Stanford Ills River Usrrsrd County cod Whit Oak Pike Sec 1 from LANK 11 to mouth of udderars Mill Itosd st J IK Illstt s8 rods gravel lId 0 rods rock Sea 2 from lJuddersrs Shill load t J it Illitts to end of rod 10 rods rock and 10- rodI gravel WATKHBfRO DI1TBU- TStsnlord and WsTncsburg pike 8c 1 from Inford to Otlenhtlm 10 rode rock Sec 2- Iom Ollenhelni pike to Maywoo1 county road 10 roda rock Sec S from Miywood e unly soul to Yrtersstore lured rock See 4 from Carters to llutchiuioos tchoolbouie S rods rock- 8ec alpre Irvin llimhlnioni schoolhouse to Butt rods gruel Sec C r m Hulls dare to ipiIII pike S ruck Sec 7 KlnntJil pike lu neo Ciilnei house a ollsrpck See 8 lleorgo alnee bottle to O Y 10 rolls rock m9 O W Olfts house toWsyneiburg 10 rob rockKIDIlIIeaud Ileiunt 1olnt rib See 1 from synwbunt to County leading from Cy County 10 rod rock Sro 2 frum Carey 10 rods rock tunt7to and South Fork Turoplke lined IS rodalBrelIIUllonlIIand Casey s Mill llke Sec I from utonrlllo to Jon SIcU niela houel0tde gruel tte1 from Jno McDanlela to lilt Salem store I rodI rock ntsTnXVILLK nlsTaIrt tuitonrllls and Ursdlbrdirllle pikes 33 Tads lfustoarllleaodiJbert7 pike 35 rodi gravel Dnrllle slid llutton pike See 1 corn Hut Morelind 50 rods gravel ocl from- orebodtolloylecountyline SO rod pike 2V rod K1urnenTlllesnd McKinney pike 20 role gravel McKinney and TurneriTllle pike from J b blur 10 rich rock 10 rodl gravel- bra ford sod lIutonyllle pike See 1 tram tllnf- drd I to Turnenrllle 43 rods rock bee 2 from rum Mustonvllle 20 tilt rock 15 rdt grave- lTurnenyileandMcCormick Church 11rI See TurneriTlll m Helmi houlIIIO- roda 1 from Sec 2 from Sam helms to C Iinbopa 10 roJi gavel Se 8 from C lIIabop to Stanford aod Knob PIIe10 rodsgvarel no D CO PEltAttest Clerk Lincoln County Court if E D Iennlngton O C r ATR IALIMiss Mary Green and Harvo wore married at London Sunday nllbt1 No person In Russia ts allowed to marry moro tnan five times nod no person over 80 Is allowed to marry Mrs Mary Smltbaced 05 and twit married was Joined In wedlocks bo bonds at Jersey City N J to Half White 20- Announcement Is made of the at proaehlntt marriage of Mice Suo Cia daughter of the ion O M Clay Jr of Paris to Dr Goodman of Londo England The wedding will bo solemi lied at the mansion Auvergne nei Paris on April 22 gID Japan the donor never thinks or asking poor patients for a fee A pro verb among tbo medical fraternity of Japan runs When tho twin encmlc poverty and disease invade R homo he who takes aught from that home eveD though it bo given to him is a rob barSuffragistI suppose It Is possible for a politician to be honest Politician Well yet I suppose eo but I cant say as tho thing ever pre eented Itself to me before EMU Transcript I An artist must bo load 10 years before specimens of his work aro permitted to bang on the walls of tbe Louvre In Pa- rtsEagle BirdThe mighty son of the great King Earlie as a show stallion has but tee equalsBe won the WOO stake at Lexln ton Ky defeating some of the greatest horses that Kentucky has over produced Eagle Illrd as a sire of good colored high finished horses Is not surpassed ills oslU aro In demand and are soiling for high prices either for business or breeding pur poses Will make the present tetson at the stable of his ownen t miles west of 8Un ford on the Shelby Oily pike at the low price of S10 to Insure a Living Colt Parting with Ute mare forfeits tin lHurane Also at the same place wo will stand the One mule Jack SWEET WILLIAM at IS to Insure No latter mule Jack will bo offered for public service than this one For further particulars address E P Woods O Sons STANFORD KY Galton 12910 Standard and registered Sired by Cam beltn Wilkes MOHMre of Oulnetto ZiM Lottie Loraine t06 Eyelet MUrr Mon teal S0i and M others In the 130 list Flat dam Daisy Field graaddam of Alice Wilkes 217 and AlcaUa S 18 by Rnfe4 sire ot I In SM and the dams ofin 239 or better Second dam Quickstep by KrniltwV Prince Jr litre of J Q 27tl Loinontd 2fl and others end dean of s In the list Third dam by Old Jee sin of the dam of J Q 21T Qnmbotta Wilkes sops and daughters have over lee In the 2M list Oalton carries tiro bloat of the four leading families Wllkes Hamuistonlaii Uamhrln Ohlef and Seeley American Star Gallon la a greet slaw hone as has been tested In the dhow ring tits colts have been shown three years In urcasaion at lluntonvlllo Danville Springfield and other fairs and have won the Urgent premium for harness classes over all others proven a great cross on sad Jlo mars as he gives hla colt HoJli notion and step stud they are selling for the stable Oal ton will sure mires at nv two milts west of Hostonvllle at fro TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Will keep mares oa grass at tt per mouth after May 1 W M DODD Dignity Dare DBSCUIITIOV Foaled 18W5 lAhands 3J in hfgh weighs in good flesh 1200- pounds mahogany buy with black points a model in form with that won lorful style characteristic of tho Chatter Dare family so universally no nowlcdgod as superior to all As a show horse ho has iimden good record winning in his class and sweepstakes many blue ties In his 3yearold form wore 13 blue ties out of 14 shows thro Central Kentucky In harnoss ho Is very stylish well galled with i urodo ldod action and steps a tilt tow caddie horses can show making him a harness horse of tho hlghost typo Under saddle ho lil attractive with best of lino action speedy separating his rates perfectly kneo notion necessary for an uptodato sire Ills olts though young are totho front and fast ranking him ono of tho last of breeders which class bring sensational prices Ills colts are largo with long wellset nock lino hags broad lint bono with groat ac lon and host of colors I respectfully nvlte you to call and inspect them ho- Toro booking your mares PFDialtEESlrOd by famous Chostor Dare No 10a1 S II RhebyUlaok SquIrrel f8 ho by Black Eagle 74110 iy King William 07 he by Washing ton Denmark 04 ho b Gaines lark 01 ho by race horse Denmark 1 V S ho by Hedgeford 1st lam Lizzie Wolchmont No 0307 Welch3JIJheAbdullah Messenger 3rd dam b y Gibs Vermont 4th damThorough bred Wolchmont 1st dam Pauline b Almont Forest 2S03 Will make the season 1002 at Lawn Mere Stock Farm 21 miles West of ustonvlllo Ky onUradfordsvlllo 0 ustonvillo pike near Carpenters Sta onat92O to Insure a Llvlnrj Colt A small reduction on uolub of or more lances Maros traded or acted with forfeits insurance and mora- y0 becomes duo at time of such trans ition Loin retained upffn all colts t11l season money Is paid Mares from a distance grazed 12 month Grained if desired pt reasonable rates All b1 8 must ho before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive dy personal attention but will not bo I sponslblo for accidents or escapes C C CARPENTER Phon In Residence Huttanvllls Exchange I Leave yo- urPrescriptions with us We do tho rest Lowest Prices Consistent Wltb Best Material and Accurate Work maijship I CRAIG F nOCERaI4 T MENS FINE SHOESfMy stock of Mens Shoes fur spring and summer wear is complete For Ladies tC Misses we have the Drew tf Sol by Invincible ShoeUvpry pair fully guaranteed r1wcntyonoe years handling shoes Our millinery stock is complete Give us n call the enares 1eee bm omItHUSTONVILLE KY cfCARSON PENCE D DRALKHS IK- i I Carriages Buggies Phae V i tons Wagons Buck boards HarnessF- ull and complete stock of tho above always on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 Surplus 10000 Tale Institution was originally established as the Deposit Mask of In IIM then reorganized as the National Rank of and again reoreanliod uthe Pint National lInk of Stanford In 1SSI having bad practically an uninter rupted exlateane for 41 It 1s homer supplied now with faclllllM for transact litf business promptly and w 4l than ever before In It long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers J 8 HOOKHIt Prvst J J JlcUOtlKUTS Cbr W IL WKAHKN Ilkpr J Directors F IWd Llruwln Co 8 T Harris Lincoln Cob B Hooker Lincoln Cow I Walton Llneoln J II Collier Crab M I austere Stanford 00J8 II Ilaucbman T P Hill Stanford I Jas Itoblnsom Hobble I II Ilauchman Stanford Y p Tate Stanford r I MURRAY McADAMS KMmnfi5 tQDN JEWELERS Mjwminnt The largest and most complete stock of Jew elry Silverware and Fashionable Nov elties in Central Kentucky Wo are also Graduate Opticians and clue fit your eyes scientifically and correctly Throe experi enced jewelers employed in our repair shopSat isfaction AV o sell Ciorham Silver Special price this week on washing machines Every machine guaranteed I Also wringersI IiGEORGEIrrWe handle theaao I i 1 Kauffman Columbus Buggy CoI t Columbia Babcock Sterling It and Eagle BuggiesIA better line was never in Stanford and we are prepared to meet all competition If you want the best buggy made come see our stocktHiggins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Ir v