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L SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL F tVOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL It 1902 9 A M NO 12 NEWS NOTES t The snow in eotno parse of PenniyU vaoln le two feet deep Paris lodge of Klks has called oil He street fair and carnival for May N Col lilanton Duncan formerly of Loulivlllc died at Lot Angeles Col Three men were blown Into frag meat by a boiler oxploslryi at Peoria la San Francisco It Is said has one ga loon for every 22 adult male Inhabi tints Uhlncao attacked a Ituitlan military post and wore rcpulicd with a lots of 20 men killed I Barney RlgRi feudist and fighter was shot and killed In a feud In Texas by Duck CbadburnI00 Harris of Owlngsvlllo who committed suicide left a note saying I couldnt help It Asa Humble a moonshiner was killed In a fight with deputy U 8 mar shals In Hard in county A Norwegian government commls lion reported In favor of the Holland type of submarine boats A young son of A J Scrivener near Irvine was burned to death In a Ore which destroyed the house Thomas Gallagher theoldesteonduc tor on the Pennsylvania railroad Is dead at New Rjunswlek N J Private Riobter of the Uth Infantry died In the Philippines from being gag god for back talk to Lt Sinclair while drunk Since Jan 110 new cotton oil mills with an aggregate capital Ikof near 1000000 bare been organl d In George T Ullllam a prominent Po tly III attorney was Hood and given long workhouse sentence for defraud a woman of 11000 Though urged to make U IWOOOOtbo great State of New York provides but onesixth of that turn for her exhibit at the St Louis Kxpoiltlon The Kentucky Hoard of Pharmacy will take immediate stops to enforce I the now law prohibiting the sale of cocaine except on prescription Customhouse authorities at Ran Fran I deco were notified to be on the alert to dltaovor the shlpmontot arms from this country to the Insurgents In China At the Charleston Exposition Presi l dent Roosevelt presented a sword to Maj Mleau Jenkins and delivered an I extended speech treating earrentprob lams George Cooksey just baek from the Philippines shot and killed Ralph I Maroum marshal 6f Pallsburg this I State The officer attempted to arrest Cooksey Tbo Negro church will not be builtI near the governor mansion at Frank fort Judo Cantrlll dissolved the In junction and said a Negro oburoh was nuisance per so AdJt OeD Murray has issued an or der permitting armed Confederate vet erans from Other States to pass through Kentucky on their way to tho reunion at Dallas Texas In an affray between school boys of Parkland near Louisville Preston James aged 13 shot Arthur Flble over the heart with a 32 calibre revolver Tho wound may prove fatal A dispatch from Phu nix Arizona says that 20000 Indians on tbo Saoalon reservation are suffering from famine They are short of water and as a coo sequence are short of supplies A Knoxvlllo dispatch says W H Wells the engineer of construction of tho Southern railway Is In the city nod says that tho plan which was on foot to build tho extension of the road from Durglo to Jollied has been aban I honed MaJ Littleton W T Wailer testified before the court martial at Manila that I OeD Smith Instructed him to kill and burn He said ho asked Can Smith to define tbo age limit for killing and the roply was Everything over 10 1 Several olllcor of the Marino corps tel I titled corrobdratlvoly t While greatly absorbed In the stal 0lion how at Paris James Pay ntor of l near Carlisle was relieved of 625 by f Charles Saulsbury residence unknown Saulsbury wasdctected In tho act by I Deputy Jailer Gibson and In an endeavor to escape was brought down b y A bullet In his right leg The of tbo Atlanta Knox t vlllo and Northern railway by the L s N has been officially announced This l 0purchato le said to be an aggressive Southern andstep tbft railway by the construction of a line from Jet lIco to Knoxvlllo will give the L ti N Its own road Into the latter city and a direct lino to Atlanta BETTER THAN PILLS The question has been asked In what Chamberlains Stomach and LIvway are s er Tablets superior to pills 7 Our answer ls They are easier and moro pleasant to take more mild and gentle In effect and more reliable as they can always be de pended upon Then they cleanio and In- vlgorate the stomach and leave the bow eta in t natural condition while pills are baioh In effect and their use Is often amore by constipation For sale by Craig ilockcr druggists t WAYNESBURG If this Joes not flnd tbo waste basket too soon we may try our hand again ere long Sprlig eeems to be hero In earnest at last If wo would judga by tho early flow ers and new hate of the ladles As we see no loiter In the I J from here wo concluded that a sorry one might bo bettor than none hence these Items Kvprybody hero who takes the IN TBKIOK JouiiNAL and that Is most every ono was very glad Indeed that the tlmo of printing was changed so that wo could got the cheapest and best on tho day It Is printed I The contract for the erection of the Maccaboe Hall was lot to Mr L G Goooh and wo venture the assertion bo will spare no pains to put It up In a first class manner Dy the way the K O T M of Wavnesburg have BOne tent of about 00 members and will soon have one of the best halls of any topt In StateW Singleton Is on the sick list Uncle Clark Reynolds continues 111 B W Reynolds and wife have returnedI from a visit to Tennaiwe They will spend about three weeks with friends and relatives hero before leaving for Dawson City where they will make their home for a few years at least Al fred Singleton Is visiting his father employforwife of Ktngsvtlle were visiting friends here Saturday and Sunday VVnvnosbar Is enjoying a very prosperous season at present There are throo houses now In course of construe Won besides tbo Maooabeo Hall Bud Goooh our hustling blacksmith Is also erecting a store house and when com pleted be with Dr 140 Bryant as a partner will put In a stock of drugs sod groceries M M Howard Is build lOll a very nice oottago and wo have beard It hinted that be Is getting tired of a bachelors life So young ladles be on your guard or you might miss a banaeto be mistress of that splendid cottage A word to tbo also la sufU elent Rev T M Smith filled his ape potntmont hero Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Wra Motor of the Mo Cormaek Church neighborhood were visiting In this vicinity Saturday and Sunday HIDDLEBURG 5 jhool Is progressing nicely with a fairly good attendance 0 L Prultt our new merchant ex peat to get Into his now store on Raoe street by the 18th Mitt Kflla Lee Sandldge of MeKIn ney Who has been vltlilnp Mrs Mottle S Durham has returned home Rev Gllllatn preached at Green Riv or Sunday morning and night as also did Rev Taylor at the M K church lion Kd Parker republican candl date for Congress In the llth district passed through town Monday afternoon Lewis Bros Minstrel Troupe will give a performance at Keenoys Opera House Saturday 12th Thoy come very highly recommended The lynx suppsr given at the college for tbo benefit of the Christian church was a success la every sense Somo boxes brought as high as IS The Yosemite and Poplar Hill base ball teams crossed bits on tho Middle burg grounds resulting In a victory for Yosemite The score was 10 to 0 Wm Miller Is visiting relatives at Phil J 0 Colllnswortb of Parks vllle but formerly a merchant of this place Is visiting his many friends hero Virgil R Coleman has returned to Thurmond W Va whore he holds a lucrative position with the 0t O Jason Wesley and Thomas Miller wore In Danvlllo Monday Theo Wesley wife and daughter of London arc visiting his parents Dr and Mrs J T We lev Edgar Miller Is contemplating a trip Wen In the near future n BEAUTY AND STKENGTH Are desirable You are aroug and vig orous when your blood Is pure Many nay most women fall to properly digest their food and BO become pale sallow thin and weak while the brightness beauty and freshness of the skin and com plpxlon depart Remedy this uuplcas ant evil by eating nourishing food and taking a small dose of llerbino after each meal to digest what you havo eaten We at Pcnnra DrugStoro A story Is told ta man In Maesa chusetts who sold a scrubby farm for 112000 although Its value was notmore than 81000 How did you do itYsf- riend asked him Well II ho replied I had 81000 worth of farm and 811000 worth of view- Lawronceburg pwill have a street fair a contract having been signed with the Cincinnati Carnival Company to give an entertainment beginning May lOtb ana continuing four days Try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver bYjCrall KINGSVILLE There Is coal famine hare Dr J W Ac too Is convalescing Now that lent Is over why not have an old fiddlers contest VC congratulate our excellent slier ill Mr M S Baull man on his good luckRev Thompson bald services at tbo Methodist church Saturday evening Sunday morning and evening 10Itboahead of Stanford by establishing rUe ral free delivery VV L McCarty sold to a Mr Foley a half aero of land on the pike near town for 121 on which Mr Foley Is building a blacksmith shoo Joseph Junklns was severely Injured by Colonel Goocb accidentally strike lag him on the bead with a pick white engaged In section work on the rail road Business continues very brisk Im moose quantities of ties spokes and lumber of all kind come bora for shipment Most of It comes from Casey and the timber In that county must be In exhaustibleJohn Walla and pretty brldo are with his mother and sisters hero Johnny Is a floe young man and iho bo didnt let us know of his Intention to get married Bad thus denied us the pleasure of a write up of the happy event we offer congratulations Just the same There Is a marked Improvement in the choir service at the Christian church In consequence of the beautiful selection of hymns from the now books and the acquisition of several now voices Among others Mr Will King of Oldbam county who has a trained voice ls quite a help Mrs C G Baker has the cheapest and host line of spring mllllnory In the town and we beg her pardon for overlooking the fact and Intimating In our last letter that our milliners woro not aware of the advent of spring In all Its beauty for It was circumstantial that apartment Mrs Baker though she has tbo business all to herself takes no unfair advantage but as Intimated above her prices are most reasonable I o as reasonable aft a womans head where millinery Is concerned Wallace Walter and family have moved to Stanford and Mr Cundlff and wife will oooupy the house vacated by the Walters Mrs Hundlff Is sutllclent ly recovered to be removed from Nor wood to her home bare the latter part of ibis week G A Walter Is an addl tlon to the boarders at the Pennybaok or hotel Mrs B C Pennybaolcer has returned from Somerset whore she bad gone to establish her sistur Mrs Lutle Champ and children In their new home Manfred Cbavolelle J M Mo Cariys splendid clerk bas resigned his position to aooapt a position as brake man on the 08 Operator C oIJlbton was down from Moroland Monday Mrs Fannie E Carey In tllng her son Wm Carey and wife at Lgbttaon Junc tion Miss Erne R Carey who has been at Ludlow for several months Is expected home this week Mack Wil lame of Burgln was down to see his mother Sunday William T Stead has made public what bo terms the political will and testament of Cecil Rlodes The docu meat consists of jottings made by Mr Rhodes and sent to Stead for the latter to put In good English Hie main po lllloat object tbo fragments of notes show was the peace of tbo world He conceived of two agencies to accom push this purpose One was to follow In organliailon the lines of the Jesuits and was to consist of men of great wealth which was to be primarily do voted to this object and the owners would thus bo spared from the hid eous annoyance of Incompetent rola lives The second agency was the racial unity of the United States and Great Britain based oa the American Constitution GOOD FOIL IUIEUMATI8M Last fall I was taken with a severe at tack of muscular rheumatism which gave me great pain and annoyance After try lug several prescriptions and rheumatic cures I decided to use Chamberlains Pain Balm which I bad seen advertised in the South J esy man After two ape plications of this remedy I was much bet ter and after using one bottle was com pletely cured Stllle Harris Salem N J For sale by Craig Hccker druggist his authorltailvely announced that a consolidation of about twothirds of the hardware jobbing Interests Is on the eve of completion The proposed cap Itallzatlon Is 1120000000 and the Incor poration will bo under New Jerseys laws It will be tho largest mercantile house In the world as distinguished real manufacturers The diameter of Jupiter according to Prof T J J Seae now determina tion Is 83203 miles that of Mars 4155 miles and that of Mercury 2657 miles LANCASTER The beat buttor has commanded 36o per pound Dame Rumor predicts the marriage of a bright young lawyer J S Kelly will open a photograph gallery hero at an early late Rev J K Woolford will preach at Herrings schoolhouse on Sunday af ternoon SIlt Anderson has accepted a clerkship In H T L6jnna shoe and cloth log store An Ice cream social will bo given at Herrings school house on tho night of the 10th The Presbyterian Missionary Society will hold a Bazaar at the Odd Fel lows Hall on the 18th Mrs Margaret Hobbs gave an Ice cream supper Monday night in the rear of the Geiger grocery store Rumor also has It that a young lady of the Point Leavell vicinity is soon to wed a gentleman of the clerical persua lion Rev 0 M Chumbley wont to Danville Wednesday to unite with the Transylvania Presbytery Ho was accompanied by W C Whorrlll A Sunday school will be organized st Herrings school houso next Sunday afternoon by H A B Marksbury as listed by Miss Amanda Anderson Mr and Mrs Charles M Richardson hove rcccnlly taken up tbolr abode In Lexington They will open boarding bouse In a desirable part of the city Jim Anderson son of Mrs Sun An derson Is lilllng a good railroad post tion at 875 per month He wilt soon bo galled to Alabama In connection with the same service There will be a formal Installation of the new pastor of the Presbyterian church the Rev 0 M Chumbley on the nth and Dr J L McKee of Dan ville will be one ot the officiating min isters A petition has been sent from this county lo Goy BecUham calling for an extra session ot tbo Legislature be cause of the miscarriage of the Registration and School Book bills Tho governor refused to grant It wboIllueuodIn the glass jar exhibited at Miss Lllllc Noels millinery opening was awarded to John Dunn a 12yearold boy of this place Tbero were 660 violets In the jarGus Suns American Minstrels will appear horoat tbo opera house tonight with a full company and unusual nov clltett Ad attractions This samo core pany was here last winter and general ly pronounced one of tho Cneet that has visited the city The W C T U have so arranged that they will bold open sessions and render an Interesting program once a mouth The members will alternate In taking part In these exercises and outside vocalists and elocutionists will also bo asked to participate News has been received of the death of Wm Betlls a wealthy citizen of New Orleans but a native of this coun ty Ho married Miss Lizzie Hudson daughter of Dr Hudson years ago a practitioner of this city Ills wife still survives him and a sister Miss Ann Bottle of this community Mrs George Miller Lusk Is with Mrs R E Hughes In Louisville Mrs Louis Land ram and Miss Allle Marks bury are on a shopping expedition In Cincinnati Mr and Mrs John John son of Louisville are guests of Mrs W T West Mrs W A Price visited Mrs S P Grant in Danville the first of the week Mrs J M Farra Is vis lung her sister Mrs George A Mc Roberts In Covlngton Mrs Lottie Harris has returned from a visit to Mrs William Broaddus at Louisville DM Lao key Is quite Ill Little Kath orloo Harris Is much Improved after a a two weeks Illness Mrs James N Danny is convalescent after an attack of grip J E Stormes Is in Louisville on a business trip Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis have returned from a visit to Danvlllo relatives T W Reid has had a relapse and his caso Is con sidered quite serious Miss Susan Fish er Woods of Stanford has been the guest of Mrs W S Bcnzloy and acer tain gallant widower Is as exhllarontaa a Spring morning Mr and Mrs WI C Price Mr and Mrs R G Price W J acd Herbert Price of Danville at tended the birthday dining of Mrs Susan Price on Thursday A VALUABLE MEDICINE For Coughs and Coids in Children I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy to all who are suffering from coughs and colds says has M Cramer Esq a well known watch maker of Co lombo Ceylon Il has been some two years since the Oily Dispensary firt call ed my attention to this valuable medi cine and I have repeatedly used It and has always been beneficial It has ItI mo quickly fall chest colds It Is cs peclall effective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarseness I have persuaded many to try this valuable medicine and thoy aro all as well pleased its myself over the reo suits For sale by Craig Hoclcer druggists rti J 9X 8 = H = f lj Unless You tjave Money ii Andan inclination to needlessly waste lq it you should buy SUITrJOf us this Spring The fabrics tailoring fit and style are as good astt much much higher priced merchant tailored garments fi YOU HAVE THE SUIT READY l 1 3To put on at once and save some money on your tailors bill Drop inIand see us t IT PAYS TO TRADE AT tEet IQJj rYOllrmoney back It youre not satisfied 0 mILLER Danville Kg iI i v = v = ==0 ot LADIES OXFORDS The finest variety of styles shown this eoosoti and all ladies who value com fort love beauty and appreciate econo my are invited to inspect our styles ttl siyapcs pfd leathers ai cl affBtJfcB for nil occasions A feast for tho eyes and a delight for the foot as well as a saying fur the purse Come in and look over our lino whether you want to buy or note are glad to show you I Cummins a McClary I Modern Drug Dealing The elements that enter into perfect drug seryico arc we believe these Competency fluidity enideavor1 While in some things there fis legitimate need t i varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is notIWe handle one grade onlythe highest yet our i prices are apt to be less than inferior are sold for Pennys Drug Store Thos Ky J B Paxton J D 8 Shanks W Walker QOeo W Carter StanfordI Fall reek llsprings Oil Gas CO Incorporated Capital Stock 325000 Shares RIO Non Assessable Territory 3596 Acres OFFICERS Rankin President KyJKyFKyJMillsprings Directors Owiley Our territory Is situated only a quarter of a mile from tho Rousseau or Morris Evans Weltand In a line between it and the Parnell Wells Ore miles to the south Itis on the river aud pipe line and consists of 350 acres owned in fee simple hence no rentals to pay Will sell a limited amount of stock to aid Indoveloping territory For Informs lion prospactusjor stock address F M Rankln Sccy LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO U O Successors to The Farmers Dank Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Officers s H SHANKS President J 0 OWSLEY Cashier w M nntanr Asst Cashier o ia i 0 rHE INTERIOR JOURNAL p I E C WALTON I W P WALTONIt Ii a Candidate for Railroad Commissioner for tbe- i Id Dlitrlet lublect to the will or the democrat H H HENNINGER Ol Wayne Count It a cinJIJat for State Ti urer subleet to the tcllon of the Democratic put rl TILE record of the January term of the Franklin circuit court which was made public at tho opening of the April term shows that Frank Cecil and Zack Stcclo of Bell county were lodlcted for alleged complicity In the Goebel murder conspiracy Bench warraot8 1 Issued forthelr arrest were roturoed unserved and It IB said tbo men are h gltlvea The records also show the 10 dlctmont of H C Robertson the cblef alibi witness in the Jim Howard cas on the charge of false swearing Rob orison was arrested and la under bood j Judge Cantrlll continued the co08plra cy cases against Taylor FInley aod John L Power and passed the re malnder of the cases The grand jury was Impaneled and began an 10yeBtll r gallon of the disappearance of the i FarrIs Registration bill Senator W H Cox was the first witness IT has been generally undent that any man who was called could preach In the Methodist church and that an education was not a ncceee qualification A New York Methodlet conference seems determined to ralee the standard however and proposes to reject a candidate for the ministry be cause he failed to pass the examlnall In psychology It was contended that every Methodist church In the land wae entitled to the service of a highly edu Gated preacher It la Interesting to i note that at the Now England Method Iletconference It was reported that 53 of the conference pay their preachers salaries of 8100 a year I or less Isnt it rather unfair to de wand a highly educated preacher at a wage of less than 88 a week A LATE census bulletin shows tbat the area of tho United States loch ing Alaska Hawaii Porto Rico the Philippines Guam and Samoa Is 3 690822 equare miles or about 114 of land surface of the earth The area Continental UnIted Statee is 2 11tbe square miles The total popu of the Untied States Junel IOC t was calculated at 84233009 with a- margin of a million for possible error owing mainly to uncertainty aa to the Inumber of people In the Philippine nation we are getting 00 fairly well and Fourth of July orhtors will have additional material to spread themselves upon ONLY a few weeks ago some 40 peo pie were killed or seriously Injured by a storm while attending church 10 Pennsylvania and now news comes tha during a storm a tree fell across a Louisiana church killing the preacher and three worshippers Such casual- tIes are calculated to scare those who would attend church while those who hud rather not go find In them a most excellent excuse to stay at horn TUB statement that Judge Breckl ridge had consulted a number of Jaw yers and was gathering opinions tbat Gov Beckham was ineligible to reelection la absolutely untrue says a Frankfort dispatch We gave the story llllle or no credence from the star knowing Judge Breckl nrldgo as we th The gallant old exConfederate doesn stoop to such things TUB democrats swept Kansas CIty Tuesday and will for the first time In many years be In full control of the oily government nave patience BOd shuffle the cards The democrats are of slowly but surely advancing toward the promised land TUB fire losses In the Unites State for March were 810852760 CO per cent less than the same month a year alto This doesnt look like it la necessary to raise Insurance rates A LOUISVILLE man was fined on cent for hugging a pretty girl agaloe I her wishes Moat any of us would put j up that much for such a thing- POLITICALJ Diplomatic relations between Italj and Switzerland have been severed Gov Beckham announces thorn will be no extra session of the Legislature Judge Clifton J Pratt will by agree ment succeed Judge Brecklnrldgo ai attorney general next Saturday Dissatisfaction IA general in Simpson county over the early call for a novel Hating convention for appellate judge Democrats have called convention for May 17th Messrs James Grassland and Green up the democratic candidates for Congress in the First district formally opened their campaign at Bonton Monday The largest crowd over in town was present Ills believed that before the adjourn ment of Congress announcement will bo made of the postponement of the St Louis Worlds Fair The exposition officials are said to realize that such a step is Inevitable but hope to havo the government take the Initial action = c R J Wynne a New York pcu Washington reporter has accepted the job of assistant postmaster general Sweet Owen will have a candIdate for Congress In the field In opposltloo to Hon South Trimble In the persoo of Charles Strother Tbo Insular Commission of the Bouse by a strict party vote defeated the Bub stltuto Philippine bill proposed by tho democrats which aimed to eveotually give independence to the Islanders Capt D Y Beckham a brother of the governor will probably be oomloa ted by the president for a second lieu tenancy In the army on the presided return to Washington from Chariest n In the Senate Mr Depew offered ao amendment aimed at the Soutbto the resolution providing for elcctlo of Senators by popular vote The amend ment In effect is designed to force the South to allow the disfranchised Ne grocs to vote- Senator Hanna la a busy man thcso days When he is not settling a strIke or performing the many duties locI dent to his seat in the Senate and the chairmanship of the Republican Na tonal CommIttee ha la showing t o farmers they are not forgolton by tak1 leg the platform as a good roads o- torLou Post The democratic representatives from Kentucky with the exception of Mr Trimble voted against the motion to- go into committee of the whole to coo ilder the Cuban tariff reduction que8 lion Mr Trimble was paired wIth Mr Horning It Is understood that tho Kentuckian with a single exceptli ire in favor of the reduction but coo ildored the action taken the best pollt leal move at tao present time THIS AND THAT Mlsa Missionary Stone has arrived at Vow York A 20000 moonshine still was raId- ed in New York City Deputy Sheriff J W Slusber of Bell accidentally shot himself The Irvine poslotllco was robbed of i3oo in stamps and 8100 in money Charles Began a prominent you farmer of Shelby committed sulalde L S N stock reached 114 on the New York stock exchange Wedoeadi A good oil strike was made on tbe Vooley farm In the Rigland oil Oeldlo Bath county A J Duncan of Henderson wont to jail rather than reply or pay a jud aent against him Charles Secton aged 20 and Mlu onnle Hunt sot quite 13 were mar rled In Bath county Albert German wHo looted the Third rational Bank of Louisville was found utliy In toe U S court Tom Blancbard was hanged by a mob oear Dukedom Tenn He killed Mar sbal Taylor at Fulton Ky Mark Twain the erstwhile pover tricks humorist has bought a U7000 ome In Tarrytown N Y William Fife of Richmond died from the effects of poison caused by ticking a thorn In his knee Col Tom Campbell la on hand at rankfort but It Is not thought that the Howard case will be called King Leopold was attacked by a crowd of angry Socialists at Brugge aod had a narrow escape from Injury George B Mead a Wall street speculator was found dead on the steps of- ao apartment house In New York Clty J R ds E HBeazleys standard bred mare the dam of Lady Slocura bas rapped a stud colt by Marlon Squli reIIt18 reported that the Pennsylvanl railroad will soon acquire possession of- tbe allied Plant and Atlantic Coast Lloe systemsA York financial paper says the- fire losses in the United States and Cao- ada for January February and Marc rgregate 848089000 Thomas Sandusky was arrested 10 Laurel charged with betrayal undo omise of marriage Miss Malllo Pitt man of East Bernstadt At Lexington Circuit Judge Parke deUvered a vigorous charge to the epo- clal grand jury Impaneled to invest ate the debenture companies James Aeher was probably fatally 10- jurud in Laurel by a barrow turning over on him The teeth of the harrow nelraled hIs neck and aide W S Purcell the senior member of- the firm of W S Purcell A Co dropped dead from hIs chair at Boston Nelson county He was 67 years of age Mayor J B Fisher of Danville has haoded In his resignation to take cr- fect July 1 The matter will not be- acted upon until the regular mccllni of the city counoll In May Two frisky Chicago girls beat theIr- way to San Francisco on a capital of 15- cen8 They have reached San FrM- cheo In good spirits and say they did- vcry llllle walking en route TnE following may be of Interest to- 60mu of our ladles The beautifying qualltle8 of a milk bath are said by- those who have tried them to be aston dog Warm milk is beet and the face neck and arms should bethorough ly bathed with it every night If used regularly It will bring the cbeok- Deck and arms to the right degree of plumpoess SAVE TilE LOVED ONES I Mrs Mary A Vilot Newcastle Colo- wrUos I believe Ballartla Horehound Syrup Is superior to any other cough med- lelne and will do all that Is claimed for It- nod It Is so pleuanl to take My little- gIrl wants to take it when she has no need for it Uallards Horehound Syrup re the- great euro for all pulmonary aliments 25c 60c and 81 at Pennys Drug Store 1y r JN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ellas Barnes has been appoloted postmaster at Ktrksvlllo The Bloomer Girls beat the Hamburg base ball club 6 to 0 Livingston may be made the terml nal for the new L k N lino to Atlao tsITwo men are under arrest at Colum bits charged with wholesale chlckeo stealingTwo Kansor and Due tin were shot from ambush and klUed near Bernstadt Laurel county Hon N B Hays the wellknown mountain democrat Is In a critical coo dillon from hiccoughs at Pinovillo The greatest well In Knox came In Tuesday morning It In ISO feet deep and 200 feet from the other Wage well Three suspicious looking tramle were arrested at Danville One of them had a lot of dynamite cape In his pock et- A sensation Is brewing In Danvllle Another baby has been found on a Ne1 groa doorstep The grand jury ia expected to indict certain parties Near Leavel Green In Roekca8tle county John Doan aged 35 fell loto the fire and was so badly burned tbat he died Ho had been sick for Bome llnrt No work will be done toward the Im provement of the Deaf and Dumb Ioatl Lute at Danville on account of the faet that no State money will be available until fall In the elocutionary contest at Beau mont College Mls4 Murna Curry woo the honor to represent the college at the Lebanon contest to be held 00 April 17th T B Hlgglnbotbam a Wayne count ty farmer aged 70 committed lulclde by hanging He had been dead only a tow minutes when his body was foun in his barn His suicide Is attrlbuted to Illheallh The suIt which was brought allalost tbe Kvenlng Poet of Louisville by Attorneys W S Lawwlll and O C Sagby for E B Sweeney of She 2lly has been compromised the Post agreeing to pay 600 New coal mines are to be opened In hoax county by Gov W A Stone of Pennsylvania who owns several tbou and acres of coal jand on Big Druah reek Right of way Is being ecured for a railroad to the mines sappy Jack Cusses and Then Tries to Make Tho World Better HEARTS CONTBNT April DTbef- trst thing I did this morning upon gel tlog out of bed was to aus tbe round hog and call him a liar Oa tbe Feb 22nd be promised to be back to- elx weeks and now Us going on 10 aod tbat old hog Is still In his hole but tbe way to all our hearts is down our neck so I got my breakfast took a peep out my window and felt a heap better The few struggling flowers about my door this cold morning remind me of tbose humble people who get up before day to make that desperate elTort to get In out of the wet and of bow mat oy beautiful roses there are among the lowly and I said A day like thIs should teach us a good lesson cause us to speak a kind word and offer the haod encouragement and they cost noth- lol while an applo to a little boy w1l1 Illve him a fruitful Imagination Lets keep our hearts honest aod agues truthful and our faces wont be without smiles quite all the time no matter how hard dame fortune may- bo Clouds must and will oversbado our gladness sometimes but a klod heart keeps good time and correct tIme aod Its warmth always dispels gloo and Its brightness always brings on a- happy day Yours always HAPPY JACK MATRIMONIAL At Laporle end Mrs Roxy Barnes a of 69 was married to her coacbmao barely 22 Elijah Grant a youth of 18 and Mri Ellen Carpenter a widow of 23 were made one at Mrs Kate Grants Tuei dayTbe engagement of Miss Etta Pig anJ Mr T M Catt of Stark county 111 Is announced The rest of the II- aoole menagerie has not been hdan fromPadueab Democrat A Kansas paper in mentioning the marrIage of two popular young folks ncluded wIth thIs The young people took the morning train for St- LouIs where they will spend moro mooey in a few days than Willie can- earD In three months The groom got a glary of 327 a month which Is about- the allowance Anna has been used to- for pin money We wish for Willie Bake that the old saying that 1tttakei no more to support two than one was talle It The Birmingham AgoHerald makes- thIs announcement The friends of the nlracllng parties will be interested to learn that Miss Mary Hubbard will be united In marriage to Mr C A D- Faris of South Plttsburg Tenn April 10 at her home n this city Miss Hubbard was art teacher at Stanford Female College for several years and Is a charmlog lady Her friends hero coo gratulbto the man who has won her Bod- wlah them both all the joys that a happy married life can bring- IIERBINE CURES oeTer and Ague A dose will uually- stop a chill a continuance always eure- aIre Hm M Stroud MidlothlanToxai May 3i 1809 writes Wo haye used Herbloe in our family for eight years and- fouod it the best medicine wo have ever- used for la grippe bilious fever and lOa- larla 60o at Pennys Drug Store J J J iI e A Great1 Dollar SKirt I If you decide to exchange a dollar for one of these Sorosls Petti coats youll get the greatest skirt 1 value that your moneyever bought In the first place the material of d better quality than you could P scarcely expect In a skirt at this figure And then It U elegantly 44 trimmed with a very deep flounce 0 and neat ruffle But the but point about this garment It the way that It I made Every seam la trapped and there are no r places fnrtbe dust to hide Kvery etlteh la honestly and cwwden tiouMy taken end youU never be bothered with rips and IIntL The yoke make cvrry Somu Skirt fit like a made to ordrr gar ment Its price U only 100 f l HaU5 Ecvu PropcIt lw w w For Sale Pure Barred Plymouth lloclc Egg for salt at el for It llarefully selected igirstafrl waked Prom anew breed uf tk Mrs J V Legan Jr Paint Lio- kRyNOTICE Central Fire Insurance Compy LEXINGTON KY All parties having claim against till 1n tfal iTre ln armne Compnr of lxlnftm Keataekjr are hereby notified that an unlrr has bees nMr 4 In UM FJlte lrult Quart directing that all clams be 1ntr1t- o and Iliad with me the Hwelvrr of said UofDlMBT on or before tbe 1SIh l tT if May HM C O iALIIofN- Heeelrer Central Plre Inurn to H Ce RUPLBY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Mutual Pool on Future Events- The Kentucky Derby Metropolitan Ilrook ly n and Suburban llandlearM Atncrtear Oorby eta Estimated value of each pool ttMM TICKETS 81 EVCH For entries circulars nnd tall jvsrtlcalar address MUTUAL SWEKlSTAKKS ASSS Milton Young Mgr Lexington Ky Reference Lexington City Sat Clang 8EAZLEY HAYST- JITDEIITAZESS AL1O DEALUI to Furniture ainttlng8Rngr And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK EXECUTORS SALE A Splendid Farm in Lincoln County am- a Business House A Other Desirable Property in Stanford Ai Executors of the lat will and testa ment of John B Murphy Sr deceased wo will at the front door of the Court Rouse It Stanford o- nSaturday May 10th IOO2 tell at public auction to the highest bidder these parcels of real eatate willed belong to the estate of testator towlti 1 The business house and lot on the touthoaat corner of Slain and Lancaster streets in Stanford which Is now occupied by John Bright Jr ft Co I The tract of about 40 acres of land iltuato In the lIQuth etltern part of Stanford 3 Tho farm of about JfiO acres of excellent land situate about IH miles from Stanford on the Iluttonrlllo pike This farm will liNt bo offered in two parosls one of about ISO acres being that part on tho north side of the pike the other of about SO acre on the south side of the pike Then the farm will bo offered aia whole the bet bid In the aggregate accepted 4 A parcel of about tit acres of knob land near Tertniof Sale Onefourth each rtmalnd or In one and two yean with Interest from date secured liy lien retained The par chaser to get the proportionate roots from day of sale and tnllltOlMl8 Jan 1 1008 Tile purchaser of the 180 acre tract on tbe north aide ot lime pike I to ussume the ppy ment to Mrs Mary J Murphy of the 1100 quarterly during her llobut no For particulars call on John S lODgerI near Sale to begin at W H A J S Murphy Executors r 0 n iti S e i s SPECIALS i at the Grand Leader ti Y for this week i h w Special values in Ladies Skirts from fiOu i up to Sb- KlfKniit Una wide llnmlitirgs U lgiBhaa1Bl t + Inrortiugg just in wyrth 1C oonti sjxjoinl price Air this weak Oo a ynnl Now Gtrtllo Oorfote worth ibo epednl Now lino Imtfci Linons upRlal prow IOci i this wcok Wo sell tho gimnuito l Dutoliaa Tu a front 160 to 86 See our liito- Lndios S IIStreet Hnta werth S1IIO special itwiprice for this week Silo I GRAND LEADERs B Levu i t I MUr I t ou AUCTION SatJAt The Racket Store Friday urday and Monday April III 12 14 at 1030 each day This will be one of tho Inrgest auction shies of seasonable morolmmliso ever held in Stanford t Tho stock will be sold to the highest bidder with out limit or reserve Will also soil house and lot t good Mulch cow and spring wagon THE RACKET STORESTANFORD KENTUCKY I i Reliable Goods at i i Low Prices i F W H MUELLER r THE JEWELER r 30 years experience at the bench i J W B McROBERTS 1 1 0 DRUGGIST Wall Paper Fishing Tackle Paints and OilsIOPERA HOUSE BLOCK I CLOSING PUTT t I havo decided to quit the goods business tool have advertised my store for sale The rend ers of this paper know the kind and quality of waitingforhave an opportunity of buying firstclass goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE VOn1C atc sec our ata80C line of 5as toe 1GThffi1erJ t s V in Postofiico building on MAIN Mrs I Garland S nglet1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD ICY Ain 11 1002 n In Olllnj your proscriptions wo uio too right medicines In the exact propor lions and with proper caro Wo could not do better If yon paid ui double tbo price which In alwave reasonable Son nys Drug Storo PERSONALS Mil J C NcOLAUY le lick t Mns J W IlAQlN bat been sick with a deep cold Mn J II SYMISON of Lancaster was hero yesterday Dn II A JON J has been down with 4 grip but It out now MISS ANNA OOVHR U now a ealeala 3y In John P Jones Mu AND MRS B II DBAILRY wero In Taylor vlllo this week Mil J W McWiiORTBH of Mlddlt burg was here yoUerdsy Mns O A MooitK of LIvloRBtoD Is tbo guest of MUs Llulo Davlson MRs JKNNIK CAIUHNTHH of flue tonvillo was with friend pare Ww- I nesday Miss KLUA LUHK Garrarda accom pllihcd school superintendent was hero I Wednesday Mn A A McKiNNEY of the rovo nuo ofllco at Danville has been made a storekeeper and gaugcrM- HSDAMKB MILDRED DEAZLKY and W S Ueozlcy of Lancaster werewlth relatives hero Yesterday Mns JAMBS P UOLDAM and Miss Dyrt James of Crab Orchard wore hero shopping yesterday Mils IV II DHONAUOII and Miss An nlo Uronaugh of Crab Orchard were hero yesterday shopping BON R H TOMUN6OK and Mr J 0 Thooiponof Lancaster came over yesterday to see our gusher DH W 0 IBNNY of Danville was here yesterday to e Mr George L Penny who Is a shade HUeI- I f Funs KlCIIKNHKMOHHi With the Lou livllle Store at V r atlls spent sever el days with the hoio folks here MM NAMNIK S SAPFLBY has been UIaad Dr William Shelton has boo Mithlng her olastM at the graded boofItTRR SOVVKU OIVMKS SMITH of City sMtioi h spending a i weeks at hU gruBdmotber Mr I Vary Given MJUJ M MARKT of the Sandy JIll Mining Co of Aurora Mo has been visiting the family of his eotiila Mr J T IlaokUyA- TTORHBY WM HK VDON of Lan caster went up to Knox Wednesday to MB tba gusher tbat Iud raa ntJy oomo 1 U yMHB has spent the Winter with ralatlvas In this eouniv went to Corbln Wednesday to spend some time I MIt JOHN W DASTIN and wife of Pltuburg and Miss Katie Ilastln who Is attending college bure went to Lou isville to heat Paderowskl Miss DOUIE MoRoiiBitTS will re turn today from a protraoted visit to tbo Misses Lyne In Favctto Miss Nancy Ljfne will aoaompunv her homo i Mits E P OWHLBY has returned to her homo at Columbus Ga Her OwalcyIMRS M All Y J SLOAN arrived from Wayne Wednesday to make this coun ty her home for farm tbat of her son In law Mr James MoKooh nlo MR AND MRS A E GuuiONS enter tertalncd a number of frlendsat supper yesterday evening complimentary to Mr and Mrs John George Donzbaf Advocate Mil B D KENNEDY sea moved his family from MoKlnney to a cottage on Logan Avenue Stanford people are always glad to hero such good citizens I locate among them t WELLS formerly of Crab 1Orobard but who recently located In L Fox Agency O T says ev countrytMBSSRS Ck It UOSENSTEIN of Frankfurt who have boughbout Jacob Glnsburgs Racket Store wero hero this week Invotqlng They will tako charge of their store In this building Tuesday next LOCALS OIL leases printed cheaply and quickly at this office- HLEOANT white kid gloves Just opened John I Jones t FOR SALE 260 nice wire fence poste Mr J M White Stanford Ky forget the old tiddlers contest r Vernon tomorrow Saturday rDONT I saleslady experienced in dry goods wanted Call at Racket Storo WednesdayaCONSIDHKAULE gardening la being done while every farmer IB running one or moro plows TUB now are lights are daises When they aroall put In place Stanford will be the but lighted town In the State RECITAL Miss Klleu Dalloui music class will give tnfelr annual recital at r Walton1 Opera House Wednesday evening Juno 4 I MR W O HAYS of SlaterevUlc W Va fs hero with a view tb locating an oil well tool shop n id it la generally hoped that be will decide to do eo Do Is a very pleasing gentleman and IB business all over f The above Is a fairly good picture of the first producing oli well In Lincoln county It Is located on Sheriff M S Uaugbmans farm back of his residence and oil was struck tbero last Monday afternoon at 020 feet Drilling for oil began March 20th but some trouble was experienced with the drill which stopped operations for several days The practical oil men who have bouo to charge are Mcisrs John Kecgan end L M Wilson of Parkorsburg W Vu They both think the Uaughman field U a rich one and are confident that this Wayne and Knox oil producing wells will be equalled Mr Keogun who has drilled tome 60 or moro walls says everything Indicates a rich oil territory Reek wes struck at six feet and water at 80 or 70 and It was naryto put In easing to a depth of 110 feet The well is securely plugged and other well In the vicinity will be sank Ht once Tbe oil Is of a One variety nod the well is estimated at a K barrel produo ar As HKin as other wells are sunk and found to ba good oaee the Stan OIL leases printed while you wilt This olllee PCKB RIM Cap Bgg at tl per set ting Mrs L M WNterlella IlKNRY KMOIKMAN an aged darkey of the Maywoodseetlon died yesterday PROM April 3d I I pay highest market price In Cash for eggs J K Ashley MoKlnney Ky 8w FOR rent or sale the house vacated by B C Walton Good stable and garden Apply at this oflloea WATCH the Racket Storo space this Issue Big auction RtlO30 AM sharp Friday Saturday and Monday II 12 and laaUNL1tScasks rereturned or paid for at once our collector will call on you at onto for game J fl Daugh man CoaYOUR attention oalied the ad- verlllemeo of M Snyder Son who are selling a job lot of dry goods no tions etc dirt cheap THE L ft Nwill begin Its cheap ex cursions to Cincinnati Sunday week 20th The rata for the roundtrip is only 1160 Twelve hours in the clty1 Tile Withers 011 CowMr A W Smith of Boyle chief promoter will begin drilling for oil on one of their leases on Green river In this county at onceAIIOUTO000 worth of stook In Dan vllles proposed opera house has been sold and the prospects of Little link ains having a floe play house are flat teeing THE towns of Shelby City and Juno tion City have one white preacher and nine colored one Rev W R David son formerly of MoKlnnoy lathe loon white minister BORKINO Hon Vincent Borolng present Congressman from the lUh and candidate for renomtnatlon will speak at Liberty Thursday next April 17th Ho extends everybody a cordial Invita tion to bear him FlUE AT SOMERST Editor F J Campbell telephoned us yesterday that the magnificent graded school building at Somerset burned yesterday morning causing a 820000 lose with 15000 In surance A defective flue caused the conflagration nod there wore some nar row escapes BHLIBVINO there Is oil around Crab Orchard Messrs James F Iloldami W E Perkins S J Tatam R TI Bronaugh and G B Cooper have form ed a partnership and will lease all lands they can In that suction Curtis Cover and Robert Kdralston are olio In the organUatlon His friends+In hlacounty will be glad to learn that Claud L Prewltt who recently embarked In tho mercan tile business at Mlddlcburg le doing well IIo hue bought a comfortable home and Is having built a commodious storehouse which will move Into soon George R Jeter will occupy the ture room he will vacate dart Oil CompanvJwIH boonly too glad to lay pipes and take the output at the market price Prospects are very bright for Stanford at present and everybody Is tooling good over thcjfprospects of better times generally General Manager A P Goodlng and VicePresident W n Cloy of Lexington are hero looking after the Central Oil Gas d Mining Cos lntcrcjteond It is hard to toll which wears the broader smiles tbey or our excellent sheriff and coun lyman Mr M S Baughman 011 men from a distance are arriving on every train and the hotels and liv cry stables aril doing a rushing buel nessWe predict tbat In IBM than thirty daysa half doten or moro wells will be drilled or drilling and that PIH lines and oil tanks will be a corn wun sight some SO days later TbeSlaoford 011 Co and the Buffalo Oil Co are both ranking preparations to sink wells The above eat was mode by Artist E II Fox of Danville from a picture taken by James Phillips of this place WANMID Cows to pasture Mrs D W Vandveramewbuggies just In See them Biggins it MoKlnnoy a SI thingIn white Roods for oommenMmeDt dresses John P JonesaSPMINO seems to hove come at last Pralie the Lord as Bro Barnes would say- DoNrfall to attend the auction at the Raaket Store Keep your eye on heir epaeaI WILL sehfor chickens and eggs Call and see me at the old Tur key Iloaso L C Oxley 4t THE L N will tell roundtrip tickets at one faro to Louisville April 2128 on account of the Musical Fes tival PLEASE remember our terms are cash and those who have asked us to ticket thorn for a few days will please call and settle and greatly oblige J II Daugbmao Co STOLE MEATA foxnights ago a middling of moat was stolen from Tom Hales of the halos Well section and Tom Gill was suspected Later Mr Hates and several of his neighbors went to Gills house and found the meat GUI confessed to the theft and be was at once brought to town and turned over to Jailer Herrln At his trial ho was hold over to circuit court and not being able to give bond ho will lay in jail until tho Juno term I THE Lincoln County 011 S Gas Co was formed Wednesday night It is composed of some of the most substan tla men In this section and tbo capital stock of the company s fixed at 820 000 The following gentlemen wore chosen directors last night M S DaulbmaosW H Shank W B Me M Bright and J H Baughman Officers will be elected later This company has already BO cnred some choice leases close to prow en oil territory PECULIAR BIRD Pendlcton Wit lame killed on Mr F Raids farm Tuesday morning a peculiar bird It Is evidently a species of cranobut oven those of our citizens who are best post ed on birdology can not giro it a name By actual measurement It Is 40 Inches from tip to tip of its wings and 33 Inches from the ends of Its toes to Its bill Its neck Is moro than a fool long and Its bill some six Inches Mr Williams told us that he had seen It about the place for two days but could not get close enough to shoot It until the time mentioned above THE pretty store of John P Jones woe a thing of beauty and n joy Indeed to the many ladles who visited it yes torday afternoon and evening A beau tiful line of the latest goods had been tastily arranged by Mr Jones Mr C E Cox and the salesladies Misses Me Clary and Trlbblo for the opening which lasted from 2 to 0 P M end which was a suttees In all tbo word 1m plies Every conceivable new thing bat the ladles could want in the dry good and notion lino wagon exhibition and tho stock reminded one more of a oily enterprise than ofa town store ItI was a splendid advertisement for the store and a treat to the many ladles who called THE young people enjoyed a bop all Waltons Opera House last night THE bargain have ever had now appear In our window See It 1 George H Fannie Co saythatdication of being ono of long life and tbat this is oil territory beyond doubt LEAD ORB Mr A C Sine showed us yesterday a rich sample of read ore which was found oo a knob just this side of Green river Theres no telling what will bo found In Lincoln county next r BADLY DunNED Mrs MpManaran mother of Mrs A J McCarty of Somerset was badly yesterday while burning trash In her yard She Is very old and tbo chances are against her recovery 17PREgcIImsThemerearel7preach7 ore In by the name of God boy and nono of them are more distant ly related than third cousins Rev L J Godboy of Mlddloburg tails ue Fifteen of them aro Methodists while two expound the Baptist doctrine A gentleman who bas beard some eight or 10 of them preach says they are all good speakers and excellent pastors THE first oil dIn this sec tion was encountered by the drillers on Sheriff M Smltb Baugbman farm 10 miles South of Danville The well it Is estimated will produce 12 barrels dally The depth Is only 0040 feet and boring will continued Danville dispatch to Louisville Post Dont that jar you Ton miles from Danville and how far from Stanford When the en ergeito Danville scribblers wero writ Inc about tho dry well at Junction City they didnt speak of It as live miles from Danville but the thriving little town of Junction City was given all the credit m A slight mistake of 5420 feet also appears In the above whlcb may or may not bave Been Intentional Danville has gotten a number of our good people but when she also claims our oll weal wo raise a kick The duel in the dark was a favorite with duelists Two men were locked in a dark room and crawled stealthily from corner to corner until some false i step made one ot targetfor blade Life is a duel In the dark with disease One false stepone mistake and the attack comes and sudden The mistake which commonly opens the way for an Attack by disease is neglect of the symptoms 0 stomach trouble When eating is followed by undue full nose belchings sour or bitter risings etc disease is attacking the stomach The best way to frustrate such an at tack is to use Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and makes the body strong and healthyv I was mlTering very much with my head and stomach writes Irs W C Gilt Weldon Co Ala head wa so dliiy when I would raise up In bed would fill right back Could eat but very little in fact scarcely anything there teemed to be a heavy weight In my ttoniach to I could not rest I to belch very often and would vomit nearly everything I ate I wes in a bed condition I took tour Un of Dr rlercrs Golden Medical Discovery and five of hU Favorite Prescription and am noW welt end hearty I feel Ilke anew woman and Jrle Dr liucea medicine credit for It all I bad taken mtIlldne from phyalciana without any benefit as I Wu1d see Pr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing Send at onecent stamps for the covered book or 31 stamps for the clothbound Address Dr R V Pierce DUtTlllo N Y MILLINERY DISPLAY I will display my new stock of Millinery on Wednesday and Thursday April 16th and 17tht- o which the public Is cordially Invited eYerydcpllrlwentMK J MCCARTY Mt Salem PENCESTANDARD byHIeulIby Almost Forest son of Alniont 2d dam by Qarrard Chief sire of Rail Duke 3d Copperoottomspeed has a record of 2 30 as a 3yearold and has shown trials In 210 Pence U ono ot the best breeding horses for highclass eastern hones that has ever been In this countyWill make the season at our stable at f10 to Insure Money due when spit Is foaled It mare Is or moved from locality season I due and must be at reasonable rates N responsibilities for accidents J R 0 E II REAZLEY KINO EAGLE Klne finale li 15 hands a IncbM high dork haT with flowing mane sml tall ROW all the gait with plenty of gwsd sl ltanJ action Sired by Rornl King Pint dam by Eagle lllnl 3J dam by lUl MOIetNon Itojul King waf iird by the great On SllreKingfor 2J dan b IIi dam o Minnie lloyd the great show wart Ihit Mill leIr stable eJleewe t of Htanfiml on the hbe4by itty pike at the low plea of f10 to losers a Ilelug siltXVIII she stand the rated mule and j enetl Jack forjflIuosired fcv the great Teen Keene Klnt dan by kir- byLevihmlhighbae+ ir II a mule or J no xt Jack UI+ ae1H will dew for IbeuneltM JIMKEENE andasired by the gnat Ullly Keene Mares traded oateuwlt rbred elsewhere r r felts the inaurance slid eanay beeme due at the l parUeulanddreu Gr L CARPENTER W G WIT- IIERSFURNITURE t r x CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS WALL PAPER FRAMINC A SPECIALTY I Withers Furniture Co Lj QUALITY AND PRICETwo most Interesting points See and examine our line before buying BarbedWireStovesRanges i Full stock in all departments Fresh fruit ev rYiIweek Bring us your produce Phone given prompt attention and immediate delivery JOHN BRIGHT JR COICorner Opera House Block j2f Yicks Garden Seeds are the best on the market O tJ 8 9 De f 1- e e- IF TlJe Boys of today are the mOll f jg of tomorrow e II S Teach them the im portance of their moneys worthtta with every purchase y i now This is always j sjdone if you buy the gJ fatuous HOIkiI1Rt boys clothingbe W V cause the tailoring is perfect the st les 5a and r perSolder w aH J MCROBERTS s fe 5sW a k ti yta yyka e e e S rite Je e a a e k e Jta k 1 e stS aJIila Mi M qs3eli r iFiE1S Qfj m I Oil Investments Are a Good Thing m But if you trade with us itlis a paying investment all the time as we sell you good goods iintmoneysaving t ILook at our new goods prIcesfiiltastes prices to i1I NEW waist silks skirting silks silk gioRharas wash silks ijInens W ij wash waists silk waists trimmings ribbons hosiery gloves carpets and matting corsets noeltiesri 1 We cant enumerate half the new goods we have so come see them while theyre fresh I Severance Sons New Store JIMA BOTH IOO6 Latltude2Jj4andPint dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc 106 son of Ilambletonlan and sire of Elaine 220 HowellJr45 sire of St Julian 211 Bodlne 919Y and 15 others that have produced 230 trotters Alto sire of the dHjn of Electioneer Fourth dam of Liberty IOn of Lance by American Eclipse thebloatWill Stand at 91O to Insure a Ltvjnfj Colt Will also stead the anted Jack KINO at S3 tie C BAUGIIMAN tlustonvillo Ky HAFSBURG 509 WonderfulRoyPint dam Trinket 5 Imp by County King 110 2d dam by Champion ot England 566 3d dam by Ilarnaby 6TO 4th dam by Orand Turk 138 XOTB Iroin the aboo pedigree you can see that Hapsburg Is a pure bred Cleveland Hay Eiijli h Coach hone Ho Is a beautiful mahogany bay with black poInts Is 101 hind weighs J2TS pounds drive wall gentle kind with fine style and high action Cain show a mile latter than 3 minute and anyone wishing a high bred coach horto toy breed on Standard bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse Will Stand at SUO to Insure a Living Colt 68forMares rased at it per month which In all cases most be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGHMAN tlustpnvillo Ky NBW JOB STORBBlxnores Storeroom Stanford Dig job lot of Dry Goods Potions Shoes Hat Caps Etc to close out and great bargains me offered All we ask is a trial Get our prices before buying elsewhere No trouble to show goods M Snyder Son Stanford t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL II Entered n the post ofce at Stanford at toonddau maU- erpabUahcsoruLasr netFzldsva LT- I 1 PER YEAR CASH t TThsnnot sopsldfflSOO will becharged I 1 I MIDIVISION fNoSITralncolncNo 1tMam n21III21D s m a a 12ISplD 11NoD For all Folnta KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION i1 No 4 leaves Stanford at II51D- f No 6 srrlTes at Stanford 113am Noll learn Stanford at s 89pm I 1R A JONESDENTIST r Stanford iffy II OfflWover Higgins A McKinneys Stor + Telephone No 4e I If McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop Mo1i11eyyr m X tMakeand keep constantly oq hand the Flour steal ShltwtutT Ilran Oblck en Feed c Irlres very reasonable Custom grinding a specialty D V Kennedy t tillerk BROWN 8 BROWN AttorneysatLaw Office In Masonic Bldg SOMERSET Room 9 KY win practice in all the State Courts also In United SUitos and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly remitted a COAL I have decided to remain at Rowland tbl winter and continue In the coal business I am better prepared than ever to handle coal and solicit a portion of your patronage I handle the best grades of Jellied e coalT L SHELTON Rowland Ky MONUMENTStURFZZINI- OWbtte Itrouie in to Stone In the mnnnmen bnslnoe what the improved drophrad sew- Ing machine Is to the gltl band method or the palace car u o the nd stage roach Itp is the advanced thought of the nge It Is indestructible and will iorpataate the re cords and your loved ones Itvery beautltuRwith a frosted silver ape pearanco Please hold your order until you can Investigate It J C McWhorter Agt ORAIKOROiIARD KY J+ Ct1 cc LiMY UNDERTAKER EBIBALTIER And DealoarIn SABNESF 56 DDLERY 0 Rtanforcl Ky DR R GOLDSTEINE- ye Specialist of Loulirllle will be at St AsapU Hotcl5tanrord ON AYIKAY lblOne Day Only Now u the time Dont neglect your best friendyour eyes examined and tuna scieatieeally adjusted Dont neg 1ect your Chlldrens eyell O ce hours 8 a m to 5 pm 1 M Soft Harness Too can make your tit U eon U a and lu tough as bjh Ullnj BI ItUI flea Oil You lengthen Us life hat lull1 as long ordinarily would EUREKAHarness makesapoorlooking has ness like new of peclaiu pure prepIto swirl54 stand lbs watner la caniall sizes i2de bj STANDARD OIL CO Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING OK 1005 Fruit and ornamental trees grape vines ns small fruit and everything- orchard for lawn and gardeu We have no agents but soil direct lo the planter II P niLLENMEYER Loxlnfrton Ky Turnpike Road Districts Sections AmAunt of Work Regular term Lincoln County Fiscal Conrt held April 3 1062 lion Jas 1 Dalley Judge presiding with the following Jus tlces of the present towlt Ja A Dudderar W D Vallin A Smith It Compton It Is ordered the court that the turn InlourtrlcU be allotted to each of the maglslra for supervision and It Is further ordered that this amount kind quality and quaff tit of metal to be each turf puthICdtloeIn Stanford Ky and by 1Irlted handbill as well as the time when said metal shall be the turnpike or section there In condition to be by the magi irate In whose district the turnpike or lec tine thereof la located and when so men ured the amount thereof shall be ccrtlfl by said magistrate to the Fiscal Court at Ita regular October and April terms In elleh year and when approved by said court GO per cent of the value shall be tided by said court to the Sheriff of Lincoln county for payment the remaining 40 percent of the contract shall be paid when the full amount of metal contracted for shall have been spread upon the turnpike or section thereof as the maglstra who will designate when and where sal metal shall be and the thlekne thereofNo shall be spread before Sept 1 nor later than Jan 1 1003 reeled bids will be received by the court not later than 13 oclock noon standa time April list IOCS and the work to be done upon said turnpikes or sections thereof shall be awarded to the person makli the lowest and best bid therefor coun reserving the right to reject any or all bid A rod of rock or gravel consist of SM cubic feet The must be broke small enough to go through twoInch ring The rock Is to be the bOlt quality obtainable In the locality The clerk of this court Is directed to baye prlnwd copIes of this order together wllb copies of turnpike districts sections anl1 work to be done on the turnpike or sectlc thereofThe ditching of the turnpike will be lets the seine time and place the bids for ditching must be separate and not Include In the bid for material The contract fot the ditching will be made for the 00 per cent ot the work done to be paid at tbe regular October term and the residue at the April term 1903 If ditched by plowln loose dirt to be removed from the dltchei Ditches to be kept open during the yogi The clerk Is directed to spread upon tbe order book of this court the turnpike roac by sections which are as follows towlt STAMFORD DISTRICT Stanford and Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Wm Logans lane IS rod rock Sec i from Wm Logans lane to Garrat line 5 rods rook and 11 rods gravel Rush Dranch pike Sec 1 from Stonfor and Lancaster pike to Hawkins branah12X rods rock Sec 2 from Hawkins branch to Hubble 12S rods rock Danville and Lancaster pike S rods rock and 10 rods Stanford and Danville pike Secl free Stanford to Goo Hoppers house 15 rod rock Sec 2 from Ceo Hoppers house td county line 40 rods Stanford and Knob rookIfrom Stanford and Huston Ing Fork creek 12K rods Sec 2 from Hanging Fork creek to Danville and Instonvllle pike 124 rods gravel Lincoln aud Boyle County pike 10 rod gravelStanford and Mllledgevllle pike Sec 1 from Stanford and Huston plko to Mc- Cormack church 5 rods rock and 5 rod gravel Soc 2 from McCormacks church l2K rods gravel teas OHUIAID DI1TBHT Cub Ortbard and Cbappells Gap pike 10 rodl irtTel jo rode nxkreuiu rock Crab Orchard and lncamr pike Set 1 from H W Evans to Crab Oiehini IS Twit rock Sect Irons U W Evans to Uirrard line 1ft rods rock Sttnlord anil Preachmrllle pike See iron SlaDlrd and Crab Orchard pike to Wllhroon ranch 10 rods rock Set Wllkerson t Irasch to Crab Orchard and loncutcr plkeI5 rou rock Slioforl and Crab Orchard pike See 1 from tone hove to II D lUughmini line la rod xk See from II V lliugbmsns to Hywalen gat 10 rodt rock Sec a tOlD Hy waters gale to Crab Orchard 40 rods rock Stanford and ottenhclm pike SM 1 from Stm ford and tomtnot pike to J OLynns 10 rod rock Sec 2 from J Lyons house to lloOei laekmltk shop 10 rod rock See H from Uoonei lick Hilih shop to Ol 10 rods gruel Stanford Vlx mer Oamrd county and Wbl- lOk Pike See 1 from I A N U It to mouth of 1Iudllr rs Mil Rod at J U Hlittifi rods gravel nd II roll rock Sec 2 from DudJersrs Mill load t J H l1Itllo end of rod 10 rods rook and 10 rodI gravel WAYSBSBIBO DMTBIIT Stanford and Wwneaburg pike See 1 from Unfonl to pike 10 rock See 2- lrem Oltenheini pike to Maywood county road 10 xlsroek See a from Maywood c unty rod to uteri store luruds rock c 4 from Cuter tore to lluteblnsons uhoolhouie II rods rock 4 from lluichlntoifs schoolhouse to Hull on 10 rods gravel beo 6 rom Hulls store to- Kingnllle pike 8 rods r1See 7 KlnpTl 1e pike to lleo isles house See 8 Honte Iilo house to II W dlfts house Id rods lock Stc II U W Chits house to Waynesburg 10 rod rock Klngttllle sod Pleasant Point pike See 1 from rayntstrtirg pike to County Road leading from cy 10 rodt rwk Sec 2 from Csse7- runty W KlngiTllle IB made rock and Soulh Fork Turnpike Road 1- 6rodgranl Iluslonv111e and Colbys Mill Ilke See 1 from mtonTlllfl to Jno McDiale howe lords gravel 1 1 from Jno McDioltlt to Mt Saleiu store 12 rodl roe k IIVBTOHVILLR nWTMtT Hu toa llu sad Uradfordtrllle pike U role ravelIlmtoavttleandLiberty plleUmdi gravel Danville ud pike See from llus nrllla to homeland 60 rods gravel Bee 2 from ore Urnl to lloile countv lino SO rod gravel Carpenters Station and Moreland pike 20 rods rave Turnemllle and MrKloney pike 20 nxli gruel McKinney and TurnertTlUe pike from JII lint pblto McKinney 10 r di roek 10 rod gravel and lluttonTllle pike See 1 from Sun ford to TurnertTlUe 43 rods rock Sec 2 role Tur o nf Ille to Huitontllle 211 rdi rock 15 nit gravel Turnenillle and McCormack Church pile Sec 1 Stein Turnerttllle llks to Stm Helms bouIIIIO- rodI travel Sec 2 from Sam Helms to C liltbops 10 role Moocr from C IJlthopa to Stanford- oilKnubLick PUs 10 rods ravel Attest CUJO U CmiEK Clerk Lincoln County Court By E D rtnnlogton C LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Corn told at 83 55 at a recent talo In Jemmlno Fort SALETwo fresh rows L L Doty Stanford Mode Nckol of Lexington sold five horses for 87250 Ed Corrigan the turfman will buy a farm near Lexington Dr Clifton Fbwlor gold to John 0 Jobneon of Boyle a bunch of lQ8 pound shoats at 61o Solon us selling at 100 to 1 wont a race at San Francisco Abe Frank won thoTennessee Dorb Lou Woods was second and Buoolou thirdI sell two stallions and one tack next county court day if not sold prl vatoly before John Cook Dan Peed of Paris sold In Loulivll GO hbds of old tobacco at if 50 to IU also 50 hhds new at 84 to 111- Forestus Reid sold at the Huds sale In Louisville last week tbreo horses at an average of 3ooD4nvlllo News Monday ls horso show day If you need cards or bills for that occasion 1 call at once so wo can have them read youR Hookof sold to Embry Bros a bunch of 80 pound shoats at 515 He sold to Anderson Spllfman tho DaD vllle millers 80 barrels of corn at 18 25 deliveredThe comes that nearly onc Oft of the sown wheat acreage In Kansas has beon so badly damaged by tho winter freezing that It will bo plowed up and replanted with other crops S T Harris advertises In another column his fine saddle stallion Royal King acd his jacks Billy Keene and Mm Keeno Head their deecrlpMo and pedigrees and bear them In mind II you have mares to breed Mr C T Bohon writes that his mule ad In this paper brought Olin bpy ers tram far and near and bo not on Told those advertised but disposed of many others as a result of the advertisement J R tL E H Beazley advertise tbls Issue the grand old stallion Pence wh has probably as many good colt In tbe county as any horse In It Ho will make the season at Beazleys stable at 810 to naurc See him before you breed Thero were about 000 cattle on tbo markot tit Rlcbmond Monday Steer from GOO to 700 pounds sold at 4c half ers from 3 to to 800 pound cattle 4i to ic market dull An extra good pair of torso mules sold on the street for 8125- rho mule market was strong and then rero as many buyers as tbere were mules Horses brought from 875 to S130 flth lots of trading WANTED We would like to ask through the columns of your paper it there Is any per on who has used Urcens August towel for the cure of Indigestion Dysdepsia nd Liver Troubles that has not urofand we also men their results such as tour stomach fermentation of ood habitual costiveness nervous dye pepa a headaches despondent feelings leeplessncssin fact any contested with the stomach or liver f This medicine has be njK ld for many years In- all civilized countries and we wish to correspond with you and send you one of our looks free of cost If you never tried LUgust Flower try one bottle first W hue never known of Its falling If so jmf thing more serious is the matter with TOU ASK youroldest druggist 0 0 Ireen Uoodbury X J Pennys Drug- Store If an S and Iand an 0 and U With an X at the end spell Su- And an E and a Y and an E spoil I Pray what Is a speller to do TbeD If also an S and an I and a O And an H E D spell clde heros nothing much leffr for a speller to do But to go and commit slouxoyeslgbed Geneseo News ad 1K 1v NNtih- Ho for Dallas i 1 U V C Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to 25th CENT A MILEI Finest trains in the South THROUGH TO DALLAS without change on Spe Veteransi Stop Overs en route are allowed on Q C tickets Choice of routes via New Orleans ior via ShreveportA- sk CrescentSTicket Agents Queen Rout about rates and schedules Free maps icCINCINNATI YRat vSl1uaa451aCYrI ICHURCI MATTERS The condition of tho Rev T De Witt Talmago Is worse Tho congrog tloo of the First Pres bvtorlin church of Danvlllo will celebrate the 26th anniversary of Dr E M foonImeeting of the Board of the Kentucky C W D M- will bo hold Friday April 26 In the Broadway ohurob Lexington I HALKS WITHOUT CUUTCIIKS I was much afflicted with sctatlcnwr lid C NUll lowaville S lgwlcb Count Kits going about on crutches and 8uf t ferjng n deal of pain I WM induced to- I try Ballads Snow Liniment which ro IloTcd me I used three 60c bottles It II tho nrratest liniment I ever used I18e recommended it to a number of penolls and all express themselves as being bene filed by it I now walk without crulahd able to perform a great deal of light lRoor on the lath 35c 60c and and 1 at 10 nys DrugStoro T Too students at tho State College at Lexington are In a state of rcbelll On Tuesday night they attacked Ma Robert A McKee tho aommanda boating him with stone eggs and other missile and dreoohlnK him wltb slops D B Goode a reporter wbo visited tbo college was also attaoked and driven from the grounds Maj McKee has resigned as commandant E C Walton President- L R Hughes Secretary Treatur Content Kentuc- kyReaItstateExchang h TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1flewi aid tot to Ptaiterd Ute HWMk perch In the Mr good card good aetgbhteba elese lo shares atd sebenl teed tor sssttU ft lIy Price Nile No allfsrwS7eeni Sollee free jto fo1 Hottsio Jeer pad nee beck perch ast I eraoda Used bare sail ether bulMlefs In gs Cut six lelds well fenced ii awe I IJlloelbt a- be sold at bargain ac reIa 1rhe tai acre land idJetilK seM IK Iw1kI II Totshabirgiln No ellawe cad lot lo Stanford Hewe w alns he rooms Used stable sad S acres of lo- well fenced Oie ef Metitott building tow la tow room eeoagh la frost for two other cottages or Ittery Treat nuW W twill t the enge aid be mad a Utuilful hems Will he said cheap as t owner meat bate asesey- No 4 Two sterr hoD e dweUlsf 7 reams 11111 and veranda road gM leeetg aed bee III Cued repair For ash M peel Trte reaiaeaMe No S HooMaBd UttaSuafenl Three lee rod Iroat nwrb tool gsr4n and itaMt liw- rnpir uUlbeaeWAeep No7 Ileuwand tot la S4nfon1145 clerks s rooms Uood nnlen seseke mil O8lf WOSo K rwof WserrsJS MUes brae StaD 16fID eoanty read5 sine rwlllfAltwi sari u pasture 2 errhants sad rest la IbsiWr Ti Mallmtugr pod bsii asxl wtbsIWlagwe aurrd aid tondig fairly oeed Plaee MI aeugktatyenrprtoeaownr llri s IB Imrlini III aid rail byN-o t A Sum of ttt sores leer mike free Sla- sill OB best plan In the gusty Silly sere It wbc to In sera 1 la timothy S In etarer sad I 10 IM blue ax Is rut IB silt Mdi well ftwell IHNr ftilM well aid sprlig I Two dwelllaga sew bares and N I alldlep Kreali pike lot tare yuartsei el mU oth dwelllofff belagoa pike Plenty fruit Irft- IRd enough timber te Mate fi8I1O pests A spsll dwgrsm Atm acd eels jn miiutee drive frees lb Miily pest Owner of SM hat scitoliilt 1k baa TwoeoUr reluwd tW er aei We SV tMs at 17 10 per awe No 10CotUge en Mill fHreet BUa4hf4 ejene- iw4 w poodle 01 kwa lee revera Inl nd back potCb ut rlr sad Isa LiMa A I- fIUlotII OoKoI1 we eCr 21180Noll25 sera land with nexMMry Isafmt tltmllofror Sullied IseoUlag bas w roettM r raeda sad perch Large hern tw k- btMHe etc Well watered sad teiced sad 6Ildli10 good repair IT4ee reuesMhle Nelb 0IIIohll roam hall gad perch ewthulldlifi cad perrfesi Also larg- eterytorraowrao It tat tower roses Hiirtl Ith a wnlen shelve He Water li dw as ereroom alse dilate sad well 01 ptaee 91a tlI- bae ohio lice mite from SljBKwU lliH ns- a teal repair and dwelllBg originally east IIIN aDd store OT rttMi Will sell both for MW or- wll rent er sell separately OralplKJtebarns well n near ara bleh state d culllTsilon ISO aorta river 111111111- 11IDd good fckcing fruit eta lrkeW 9kna r No 1Iloocneollalld on Lancaster noleCrab Orchard opposite pring In grass ovenenls Urge stock barn abundance e dock water lretttesIWingaltointewn Prfc 000No 1SA nice oottsge and tot on tiniest rest tunlord 7 rooms good chtern eta Oeat- 11IlOO will sell tor f I 600 No 16 4Wacres of laud In Madlsen esunti K r 111ulltl Seulh of Ilkbmend coil 2 mil a ef lontonlTlDf between tug 11111 turnpike 1Id uddy Creek road kbownuthCol It Myada Ino Fem hull begs stock barns oehwtWlag- iaa rl nt1 good water sad ene of laet ay rlogi In Kentucky In yard Ilet tuck firm 1R Ibe county for the raaney Prim SW per acre No 17 A farts of Ile arm near ifutlaorill welling of light room hall veranda elc On mint home stock lam Urge khan bUll 001 olllr outbolloJlnJl Clitern and Rood welt In tb ltd ant water la every field on the glue Fans ut lo even fleldi and nritclau land No oonu of liw arm tltuaied near Ingo YII Ky6n errs lnrulllratlaDMln tiiuberie 10 iirnii well watrred two good barns and other ribuiii ing repair Dwellingromrarali 11 slew It within ale ree tlbool Itolll and C Side1at Property be 00 keandcounty rod cal Co the teat dNfrebl Irm in that erosion W will Mil the whole lum lor K 400 or la parcels of not las than M sera It llpurrbuer This li certainly chap property VlDburgOellingod bllll laR In Iloae land In wxxr neighborhood clote to Mboo don good rod Price S7W No51 Alarm ofgooccraIn Unmade county irea good dw lllngi a good birni and other out bulldlogl eaeb bouw barn etc about the write of 100 acres All on county rod Y mile fron eburcb school and polio lays well and well ted ThUlaarood tobtitob farm and woflk lulIt two or tlirefmlllet that might want to COW- lirolu the urns neighborhood Price reasonable No 51A farm of IDS acrln Cai county Ky 00 e and oneh ll dwelling with ilz rooiui g xl barnandolheroulbuUdiogs Sixty acre In itlratlnn 45 acres In fruit trm ete I well on county road close lo church cbool etc Price only teOO No55 Farm ot 118 acres In Cater county Two Ilor frame dwelling two cnotl barns and other Ibulldlrgt In good repair splendid 101- bod and In good community A bargain at Zioo Jo 87Kanuof USacre In Casey cuoll A De w two story 8 room frame dwelling aod old delllnl In lair oodIlIoD Harm and other out blllldlD t On county rOd splendid tobacco laud ell iprlng etc This li a de able hornltleer1 I I- ONo 68lirtr acres near Pleasant Point Ky Frame hoUM S rooms and porch Barn and other 34 aerta In cultivation ml In tlm r WentedJOO yard from po lolHciiubool Dd church IIIell on pike and In good rom mUDItJ lrlceJ7M We have buyer fur JM or 300 acre firm Uusted- from one to tHree lalleii from town Also for IJul 100 acres alluded from one to four II1l1- esfrollllon with or without IniproremenU Also I uyer fur an fi000 to 110 000 farm close to town No IS Four houses and loU In Rowland Ky riflOOeacb So IU OVa acres of land near Crab Orcbard- cheap No 20 Two dorv bane 0 rooms hsllTtraniU 12 sore splendid land adjolnlngln Stsotord lrop- ertyln good In hunse cls Beautiful borne rD at door Price t000 Itrt yi= Lcnvc yo- urPrescriptions 1 f with us I 1 Lowest Material Accurate manship CRAIG HOCKER MENS FINE SHOES 1 Itwealf we have the Drew Selby C Invincible ShoesEvery pair fully guaranteed Twontyonot years handling shoes millinery stook is complete Give us a call yc Charles w0keeXex bmVOTm HUSTONVILLE 1 CARSON PENCE DKALKltS IX Carriages Buggies Phae V tons Wagons Buck I boards Harness and complcto stock of the above always on hand and at prices defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes MURRAY McADAMS mimi E mm JEWELERS JANYII 9 EIThe largest and most complete stock Jew elry Silverware arid Fashionable Nov elties Central Kentucky We are nlo Graduate Opticians and fit your scientifically and correctly Throe experi enced jewelers employed in repair shopsat isfaction guaranteed Wo soil Gorham Silver 1- S Special price this week on washing machines Every machine guaran teed Also wringers I GEORGE H FARRIS CO e We handle the J Kauffman Columbus Buggy Co Columbia Babcock Sterling and Eagle Buggies I better line never Stanford and we are prepared meet all competition If you lcomeSTANFORD KENTUCKY I A 8 PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky McEobwU Drug Store In the Uwils llulldloi JH BOONE Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Druces Old Depot St STBHFORD New and Stylish Turnouts at Reasonable Seclal to Men Phone No 09 atria w 1s ivy NVo do the rest Prices Consistent WIUj Bastrand Work My Our KY y Full fare sold that of in can eyes our A was in to OfflMOv CO Stand KY Itates Attention Travel- Ing 6